List of Adverbs Starting with P and their example sentences
|Adverbs Starting with P||Example Sentences|
|promptly||We hope you weren’t waiting too long; the waiter should be here promptly with your drinks.|
|poorly||We were not prepared, so we performed poorly.|
|proudly||He proudly told us how much money he had made.|
|primarily||The school is primarily concerned with the learning process.|
|Principally||Principally, people will be inclined to buy the floor model because of its lower price tag.|
|professionally||This will help increase your ability to run a business professionally and affordably.|
|passionately||She spoke about her work passionately.|
|passably||I can passably speak French.|
|patriotically||The flag is raised patriotically by the mayor in the heart of town.|
|pedagogically||As a professor, he pedagogically wants to ensure that his students understand everything he is teaching them.|
Learning about photosynthesis is best taught pedagogically.
|politely||We need to respond politely and patiently to his request.|
Remind him politely to follow your instructions for the assignment.
|Periodically||Periodically, the issue of increasing tuition fees comes up again in our country.|
|providently||The supplier providently has our order on hand.|
Providently, we took caution before going for a hike in the forest at night.
|peaceably||She peaceably made a cup of tea for her uncle.|
The argument was resolved peaceably.
|peacefully||The protests have begun peacefully.|
They peacefully worked together to solve the problem.
|patiently||He is patiently waiting for the train to arrive.|
The teacher patiently listened to every student’s story.
|particularly||He was particularly angry at me.|
Is your issue particularly urgent, or will it keep until the weekend?
|partially||The city was partially destroyed.|
We have partially processed your order based on your shipping address.
|potentially||The specialist was potentially skilled in working with intense chemicals and potentially able to work under high heat conditions.|
|provisionally||Provisionally, the court system is working, but there must be a solution.|
Provisionally, all the ingredients for this recipe can be found in any supermarket.
Provisionally, the marketing manager had to be ratified.
|powerfully||The answer requires powerfully concentrated thinking.|
The head chef of this restaurant must be powerfully good at cooking the most fantastic food.
|punctually||Punctually at 1:30 pm, the committee met in their usual place.|
Please ensure attendance punctually at meetings.
The registrar had to have been punctually and highly useful when applying new legislation banning certain chemicals.
|properly||Properly trained staff set up and service our systems to ensure no disruption to your business functions.|
The Wobbler was kept properly inside the building all night long.
The child failed to carry out the task properly.
|positively||We are positively following the schedule.|
We have to encourage them to become involved in the program positively.
The other articles are positively written.
|painfully||I watch as the surgeon cuts into my father’s flesh, painfully extracting the tumor.|
Julia was painfully shy when she first came to the school.
She winced in pain as he grabbed her arm, painfully twisting it behind her back.
|painlessly||I got painlessly through trigonometry by taking the free online animation course.|
On the other hand, the moderators were prompt and painlessly dealt with whatever came up, often in a friendly and fair way.
|perceptibly||The night sky is perceptibly brighter than it used to be.|
We noticed our sales were increasing perceptibly.
|passably||Partially merged, the new fund is passably appropriate for many developments in local government.|
|peripherally||Peripherally, we have seen more and more private companies offering student loans.|
The barn is located peripherally to the farmhouse.
The Internet is peripherally affected by customers’ spending trends.
|permanently||Permanently, higher tuition fees will have a direct correlation with decreased enrollment.|
You can purchase your plane ticket permanently or permissibly.
|permissibly||Permissibly, some universities already offer unpaid internships to attract students.|
I was forcibly restrained from approaching the president and reprimanded for my actions permissibly.
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- Adverbs starting with ‘e’
- Adverbs starting with ‘f’
- Adverbs starting with ‘g’
- Adverbs starting with ‘h’
- Adverbs starting with ‘i’
- Adverbs starting with ‘j’
- Adverbs starting with ‘k’
- Adverbs starting with ‘l’
- Adverbs starting with ‘m’
- Adverbs starting with ‘n’
- Adverbs starting with ‘o’
- Adverb of Frequency
- Adverb of Place
- Adverb of Number
- Adverb of Manner
- Adverb of Degree
- Conjunctive Adverb