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Personally, I think we should stick with our original plan.
I personally prefer pizza to burgers.
a breakfast personally prepared by a top chef
Were you personally involved in this decision?
I have never met the man personally.
The invitation was made to me personally, not to the committee.
I have nothing against Sandy personally, but her family's a bit strange.
I don't know the man personally, but he used to work for my father.
Try not to take it personally when your child will not go to sleep.
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Definition of personally from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.