English Sentences Focusing on Words and Their Word Families
The Word "Necessarily" in Example Sentences
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2276914	That doesn't necessarily change anything.	CK	1
3010102	An enemy of an enemy is not necessarily an ally.	CK	1
278919	The weather forecast is not necessarily reliable.	CK	1
1025992	Tom doesn't necessarily have to go there by himself.	CK	1
275497	Large houses are not necessarily comfortable to live in.	CK	1
42133	It is not necessarily so.	CK
547860	You don't necessarily have to go.	CK
59114	This work is not necessarily easy.	CK
269829	Big men are not necessarily strong men.	CM
547848	You don't necessarily have to go there.	Scott
57649	This answer may not necessarily be wrong.	CK
318144	Pretty flowers do not necessarily smell sweet.	CK
323825	The end does not necessarily justify the means.	CM
241244	An expensive watch is not necessarily a good one.	CM
44846	I can't necessarily agree with you on that point.	Nero
17736	You do not necessarily have to go there yourself.	CK
325355	Theory and practice do not necessarily go together.	U2FS
241351	A nation need not necessarily be powerful to be great.	CM
65182	Delicious looking food doesn't necessarily taste good.	CK
238717	Nowadays marriage is not necessarily a must for women.	CM
269276	A new model isn't necessarily any better than the older one.	CK
250427	In my opinion, alcohol is not necessarily bad for your health.	CK
18708	These days, the motives for marriage are not necessarily pure.	Zifre
318028	You don't necessarily have to go to the airport to reconfirm your plane reservation.	CK
263483	The student who finishes an examination first does not necessarily get the best grade.	CK
258608	I certainly don't subscribe to the view that women are necessarily more moral than men.	CM
328888	Just because there aren't any complaints, doesn't necessarily mean your customers are content.	fcbond