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What Does the Suffix Ly Mean?

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The suffix -“ly means something done on a regular occasion or every time. It is also used for creating adverbs from adjectives. It is also a suffix that means like and some examples include cowardly, gradually and hourly.
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learn the alphabet - I do not see how that answer makes sense. To me, the suffix -ly is used to create Adverbs. Adverbs describe adjectives, verbs, or other adverbs. Hope that helps
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I wonder why nobody seems interested in .it (Italy) and the easy associations rate.it fix.it buy.it sell.it scoop.it and so on... maybe Italian domain names are already all sold out
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If you add -ly to an adjective it turns it into an adverb.quick/quickly, strange/strangely, happy/happily, awkward/awkwardly. But not all words with -ly are adverbs.lovely and friendly
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Definition not found. Did you mean: suffix, suffice, l, lay, lye, la, li ?
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learn the alphabet - I do not see how that answer makes sense. To me, the suffix -ly is used to create Adverbs. Adverbs describe adjectives, verbs, or other adverbs ...
learn the alphabet - I do not see how that answer makes sense. To me, the suffix -ly is used to create Adverbs. Adverbs describe adjectives, verbs, or other adverbs ...
learn the alphabet - I do not see how that answer makes sense. To me, the suffix -ly is used to create Adverbs. Adverbs describe adjectives, verbs, or other adverbs ...
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