A very long list of adverbs, not all of which end in -ly
An adverb is defined as a word or group of words that serves to modify a whole sentence, a verb, another adverb, or an adjective. For example, "probably," "easily," "very," and "happily" are all adverbs in this sentence: "They could probably easilyenvy the very happilymarried couple." Adverbs typically express some relation of place, time, manner, degree, means, cause, result, exception, etc., and, in many languages, are distinguished by form, as in English by the ending -ly.
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