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    honorary what's the adverb?

    The honorary head of a political party. So the party would what "honorarily" headed by......? What's the adverb?

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    Re: honorary what's the adverb?

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    The honorary head of a political party. So the party would what "honorarily" headed by......? What's the adverb?
    I've never heard of an "honorary head of a political party".

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    Re: honorary what's the adverb?

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    The honorary head of a political party. So the party would what "honorarily" headed by......? What's the adverb?
    "Honorarily" is the correct adverbial form.

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