pos·i·tive·ly =/-lɪ, <ɪ>for ɛmphæsɪs oftɛnɪ> ˌpɑzəˈtɪv-/= 副詞
Pos·i·tive·ly, adv. In a positive manner; absolutely; really; expressly; with certainty; indubitably; peremptorily; dogmatically; -- opposed to negatively.
Good and evil which is removed may be esteemed good or evil comparatively, and positively simply. --Bacon.
Give me some breath, some little pause, my lord,
Before I positively speak herein. --Shak.
I would ask . . . whether . . . the divine law does not positively require humility and meekness. --Sprat.
Positively charged or Positively electrified Elec., having a charge of positive electricity; -- opposed to negatively charged.
adv 1: extremely; "it was positively monumental"
2: so as to be positive; in a positive manner; "she intended
her remarks to be interpreted positively"