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A word used to modify (describe) or limit (make specific), the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Most adverbs are formed by adding -ly to adjectives; however, adjectives ending in ic add ally: basic, basically. Others, such as well, "far, low, hard, early", and "fast"; have the same form as adjectives.

In summary: adverbs tell manner (how), time (when), place (where), degree (how much), and sometimes cause (why).

Adverbs of manner: "politely, carefully, not, equally, tenderly".

Adverbs of time: "now, then soon, later, early, often".

Adverbs of place: "here, there, near, forward, far."

Adverbs of degree: "very, so, much, too, extremely, rather."

Adverbs of cause: "why, therefore, hence".

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(A suffix that forms adverbs, primarily from adjectives.)
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latently (adverb
1. Present and capable of becoming, though not now visible, obvious, active, or symptomatic.
2. In a secret or concealed manner; invisibly: "She was latently infected, but the doctor was able to find a medical cure."
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seasonably (adverb, more seasonably, most seasonably
1. Descriptive of being normal for a certain time of the year: Some areas have been having seasonably cool weather while others have abnormally warm conditions.
2. Etymology: from Latin satio-, "a sowing, a seedtime".
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(descriptions of verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs)