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American Dictionary of the English Language

Webster's Dictionary 1828

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SPECIF'ICALLY, adverb In such a manner as to constitute a species; according to the nature of the species. A body is specifically lighter than another, when it has less weight in the same bulk than the other. Human reason-differs specifically from the fantastic reason of brutes. -Those several virtues that are specifically requisite to a due performance of duty.