especially Beispiele

EN[ɪˈspɛʃ(ə)li] [əˈspɛʃ(ə)li] [ɛˈspɛʃ(ə)li] [ɛkˈspɛʃli]

    Examples of especially in a Sentence

  • Beispiele especially
    1. Emily Golden, a mezzo who was adept in an especially wide range of roles;
    2. Jet Airways’ minisuites are especially swish.
    3. One of the beauties of fanfic, especially netfic, is that the story can be just exactly as long as it needs to be.
    4. Travel to out-of-the-way places that many nonbirders find unappealing can be especially attractive to those who pack binoculars and field guides in their carry-on luggage.
    5. What is especially disappointing about all of this is the effect it has on first-time operagoers, some of whom I heard chatting behind me on opening night.
    6. Orthos are excellent eyepieces, still preferred by some backyard astronomers for medium- and high-power applications, especially planetary observing.
    7. Second, potassium is a major osmoticum of plant cells, an especially crucial feature for plants under high-salt conditions, and one requiring controlled partitioning of the element among organs, tissues, and cell compartments.
  • Beispiele more especially
    1. What can parents do, and mothers more especially, [ …] with regard to the atheism that is natural to all the children of men?
    2. In the English South and Midlands, identification with Britain ran well ahead of identification with the region; in Yorkshire and the northern England, identification with the region ran about equal to identification with Britain; and in Scotland and Wales (but more especially in Scotland) identification with the region ('Scotland' or 'Wales') ran well ahead of identification with Britain.
  • Beispiele most especially
    1. 1922: The warm impress of her warm form. Even to sit where a woman has sat, especially with divaricated thighs, as though to grant the last favours, most especially with previously well uplifted white sateen coatpans. — James Joyce, Ulysses
    2. To begin with, I need to make it clear to those who don’t know that the throwing-shade, dissin’, “reading” style that carried Miss Camille to fame was a persona she assembled after years of ethnographically studying the mannerisms of vernacular black culture, especially black gay sub-culture, and most especially the culture of the black queen.

Other Vocabulary

Look-Alike Worte
  1. en specially
  2. en especiall
  3. en expecially
  4. en 'specially
  5. en specialty
Source: Wiktionary
Schwierigkeitsstufen: Höhe 1
Einfach     ➨     Schwer
Bestimmtheit: Höhe 7
Definitiv    ➨     Vielseitig