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    Question regarding a query

    hi, i want to know the various substitute words that can be used instead of "wantedly"

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    Quote Originally Posted by anup.angalla View Post
    hi, i want to know the various substitute words that can be used instead of "wantedly"
    Does "wantedly" exist as a word?

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    i meant, that how can "wantedly" be substituted when forming a sentece, say in a sentence like:- (he is wantedly doing that thing)

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    'intentionally' or 'on purpose'.

    Maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anup.angalla View Post
    i meant, that how can "wantedly" be substituted when forming a sentece, say in a sentence like:- (he is wantedly doing that thing)
    I agree with bhai. I don't think 'wantedly' is an English word - at least I would question it. What is it supposed to mean?

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    Deliberately, expressly or openly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by konungursvia View Post
    Deliberately, expressly or openly?
    What about wantonly?

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