perzactly

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Etymology[edit]

Blend of precisely and exactly.

Adverb[edit]

perzactly (not comparable)

  1. (colloquial) precisely, exactly; used as an affirmation
    • 1898, Lynn Roby Meekins, Some of our people, page 190
      and Joseph continued: "That's it perzactly, All these words mean perzactly that, but there is hope, sister; there is hope.
    • 2009, Jan Watson, Sweetwater Run, page 171
      "Not perzactly," Remy allowed. "Hezzy'd be gathering eggs one minute or sweeping the front porch and the next she'd be flat out on the ground.

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