PERSONALLY: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for PERSONALLY?

Need another word that means the same as “personally”? Find 12 synonyms and 30 related words for “personally” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Personally” are: in person, individually, singly, for my part, in my estimation, as far as i am concerned, in my opinion, in my view, in my own opinion, in my own view, as i see it, in my book

Personally as an Adverb

Definitions of "Personally" as an adverb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “personally” as an adverb can have the following definitions:

  • As an individual rather than indirectly.
  • As a person.
  • As yourself.
  • With the personal presence or action of the individual specified; in person.
  • Concerning the speaker.
  • From one's personal standpoint; subjectively rather than objectively.
  • In a private rather than public or professional capacity.
  • In the flesh; without involving anyone else.
  • In a personal way.

Synonyms of "Personally" as an adverb (12 Words)

as far as i am concernedTo the same degree (often followed by `as.
as i see itTo the same degree (often followed by `as.
for my partIn part; in some degree; not wholly.
in my bookTo or toward the inside of.
in my estimationTo or toward the inside of.
in my opinionTo or toward the inside of.
in my own opinionTo or toward the inside of.
in my own viewTo or toward the inside of.
in my viewTo or toward the inside of.
in personTo or toward the inside of.
individuallyIn a distinctive manner.
Dublin people dress more individually than people in London.
singlyOne at a time; separately or individually.
The fine points are treated singly.

Usage Examples of "Personally" as an adverb

  • He had spoken personally and emotionally.
  • She stayed to thank O'Brien personally.
  • I went there personally.
  • Nothing had gone well personally or politically.
  • Every pupil is known personally.
  • Personally, I think he made a very sensible move.
  • He never forgave his father, holding him personally responsible for this betrayal.

Associations of "Personally" (30 Words)

biasedFavoring one person or side over another.
A biased account of the trial.
classifiedArranged in classes or categories.
The classified columns of the newspaper.
cloisteredProviding privacy or seclusion.
A cloistered walkway.
each(used of count nouns) every one considered individually.
They received 10 each.
eitherAfter a negative statement used as an intensive meaning something like `likewise’ or `also.
individualA single organism.
Boat trips for parties and individuals.
individualitySeparate existence.
Anything but individuality anything but aloneness.
individuallyApart from others.
Partnerships and individually owned firms.
innermostBeing deepest within the self.
The innermost chamber.
isomorphousHaving similar appearance but genetically different.
loneCharacterized by or preferring solitude.
The lone doctor in the entire county.
monopolizationDomination (of a market or commodity) to the exclusion of others.
opinionA personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty.
His opinions appeared frequently on the editorial page.
ownershipThe relation of an owner to the thing possessed; possession with the right to transfer possession to others.
The rise in car ownership.
personalOf or arising from personality.
He has his personal bank account and she has hers.
perspectiveA way of regarding situations or topics etc.
The theory and practice of perspective.
prejudicedBeing biased or having a belief or attitude formed beforehand.
A prejudiced judge.
privacyThe condition of being concealed or hidden.
A law to restrict newspapers freedom to invade people s privacy.
privateConcerning things deeply private and personal.
Private education.
purveySpread or promote (an idea, view, etc.
We didn t want to purvey gloom and doom.
purviewThe scope of the influence or concerns of something.
Such a case might be within the purview of the legislation.
respectiveBelonging or relating separately to each of two or more people or things.
They chatted about their respective childhoods.
respectivelySeparately or individually and in the order already mentioned (used when enumerating two or more items or facts that refer back to a previous statement.
They received sentences of one year and eight months respectively.
secludedProviding privacy or seclusion.
A secluded romantic spot.
singleReduce a railway track to a single line.
The batter singled to left field.
solePut a new sole on.
A big blister on each heel and sole.
subjectiveThe subjective case.
A subjective judgment.
subjectivityThe quality of being based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions.
The subjectivity of human perception.
superegoThat part of the unconscious mind that acts as a conscience.
True schizophrenias lack the superego elements present in paranoia.
unsharedNot shared.
Most of those placed in hostels would prefer unshared independent accommodation.

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