Definition for NEC'ES-SA-RI-LY


  1. By necessity; in such a manner, that it can not be otherwise. Truth is necessarily opposite to falsehood. A square is necessarily different from a circle.
  2. Indispensably. Most men are necessarily occupied in procuring their subsistence.
  3. By unavoidable consequence. Certain inferences necessarily result from particular premises.

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