by way of explanation, not to mention, in other words, furthermore, to wit, in plain English, ie, even so, anyway, anyhow, scilicet, strictly speaking, incidentally, specifically, videlicet, as much as to say, id est, by the way, particularly, specific, the fact that, viz., that is to say, in any case
- The source of these terrors is traced to the general ignorance of certain facts in Nature,- ignorance, namely, of the constitution and condition of our souls and bodies, of the means by which the world came into existence and is still maintained, and lastly, of the causes of many natural phenomena, which are attributed to the direct agency of the gods. - "The Roman Poets of the Republic", W. Y. Sellar.
- But neither is it fair to raise the cry that the Spirit's work is denied because a particular theory regarding that work is denied, the theory, namely, which makes it to be physical or mechanical. - "The Doctrines of Predestination, Reprobation, and Election", Robert Wallace.
- Then tell them there is another word for corners, namely, angles, that a square corner is a right angle, a sharp corner a sharp angle, and a blunt corner a blunt angle. - "Guide to the Kindergarten and Intermediate Class and Moral Culture of Infancy.", Elizabeth P. Peabody Mary Mann.