Question by  notorious (249)

Is thirdly a word?


Answer by  soundoff (121)

Firstly, it is a word. Secondly it is perfectly acceptable. Thirdly, if you've got more than two points and you've already used 'firstly' and 'secondly' you should use 'thirdly', and 'fourthly' and 'fifthly' if you need them. Don't be afraid to make your speech stand out and get noticed. Okay?


Answer by  Gilda (113)

According to my research, thirdly is a word, simply indicating that it is next after second. If one has already said firstly and secondly, then to use thirdly is fine.


Answer by  shalom (271)

According to Merriam Webster, it is. It's an adverb. Still, I think it sounds funny so I don't use it.


Answer by  Anonymous

Well if there is a firstly and secondly then hell yeah thirdly is a word.


Answer by  Bsjinx (97)

Yes, thirdly is a perfectly acceptable word to use when you are making a third point while speaking or writing.


Answer by  Anonymous

I really think "firstly" and "thirdly" sounds strange. Don't use it! Of course, "secondly" is perfectly fine when speaking. This means you would use "first of all", "secondly", and "finally" when making a bullet point speech.


Answer by  Anonymous

people who use the word thirdly probably use the word supposebly also.


Answer by  Anonymous

Meh to you all

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