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    I know that -ful means "full of" and that -less means "without" and -ly means "in a certain way" so beautiful would mean full of beauty. Lifeless means without life and lightly means in a light way. So if a word has two suffixes such as hopefully, carefully, and cheerfully. What would they mean.

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    Re: Suffixes

    In a way that is full of hope, in a way that is full of care, in a way that is full of cheer, etc.

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