Particularly is used with these adjectives: ↑adept, ↑advantageous, ↑aggressive, ↑alarming, ↑amenable, ↑amusing, ↑annoying, ↑apparent, ↑appealing, ↑applicable, ↑attractive, ↑bad, ↑beneficial, ↑busy, ↑careful, ↑complex, ↑complicated, ↑concentrated, ↑concerned, ↑conducive, ↑costly, ↑desirable, ↑despicable, ↑difficult, ↑disgusting, ↑distasteful, ↑distinctive, ↑dramatic, ↑eager, ↑easy, ↑effective, ↑elegant, ↑eloquent, ↑embarrassing, ↑enjoyable, ↑evident, ↑evil, ↑exciting, ↑extravagant, ↑extreme, ↑fascinating, ↑fast, ↑favourable, ↑fertile, ↑fine, ↑fond, ↑fruitful, ↑frustrating, ↑good, ↑grateful, ↑gratifying, ↑gruesome, ↑happy, ↑harmful, ↑harsh, ↑hazardous, ↑helpful, ↑hurtful, ↑illuminating, ↑imaginative, ↑important, ↑impressed, ↑impressive, ↑inappropriate, ↑influential, ↑informative, ↑inspiring, ↑instructive, ↑intense, ↑interested, ↑interesting, ↑intriguing, ↑inviting, ↑ironic, ↑keen, ↑kind, ↑large, ↑likely, ↑long-lived, ↑lovely, ↑marked, ↑memorable, ↑nasty, ↑noisy, ↑notable, ↑noted, ↑noteworthy, ↑noticeable, ↑numerous, ↑odd, ↑outstanding, ↑painful, ↑pertinent, ↑pleased, ↑poignant, ↑popular, ↑potent, ↑powerful, ↑prominent, ↑promising, ↑prone, ↑pronounced, ↑proud, ↑quick, ↑rare, ↑regrettable, ↑relevant, ↑remarkable, ↑resistant, ↑revealing, ↑rewarding, ↑rich, ↑risky, ↑sad, ↑satisfying, ↑savage, ↑scarce, ↑sensitive, ↑serious, ↑severe, ↑sharp, ↑shocking, ↑significant, ↑silly, ↑skilful, ↑skilled, ↑smooth, ↑spectacular, ↑striking, ↑stupid, ↑subject, ↑suitable, ↑suited, ↑susceptible, ↑suspicious, ↑tense, ↑tough, ↑toxic, ↑tragic, ↑traumatic, ↑troubled, ↑true, ↑unfortunate, ↑unpleasant, ↑unpopular, ↑unusual, ↑upset, ↑useful, ↑valuable, ↑vicious, ↑vigilant, ↑vigorous, ↑violent, ↑visible, ↑vital, ↑vulnerable, ↑warm, ↑wary, ↑weak, ↑welcome, ↑worried, ↑worrying, ↑worthwhile, ↑worthy
Particularly is used with these verbs: ↑admire, ↑aim, ↑appreciate, ↑concentrate, ↑dislike, ↑emphasize, ↑encourage, ↑enjoy, ↑favour, ↑focus, ↑hate, ↑highlight, ↑interest, ↑like, ↑recommend, ↑remember, ↑strike, ↑target, ↑value, ↑welcome, ↑worry
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