“Purpose” Used Correctly


How does one use the word “purpose” correctly? Some words are trickier than others. The site, Daily Writing Tips, is chock full of helpful tips for writers.


What’s the difference between purposely and purposefully? The meanings are similar, both referring to intention, but they have distinct connotations.

Purposely means “deliberately,” as in, “I purposely broke the vase Aunt Hermione gave me because it’s ugly, and now I don’t have to use it.”  Click here to learn more.


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