[solved] Perhaps I am not erring by example, but just don't possess the correct grammar to equip it. I'm not really sure if I should avoid a word when I think it exists. Maybe I'm mistaking it with "precisely", but I'm convinced that it means something like "precisely with special caution"... Like "excisely" is the higher comparative of "precisely". For example: History teaches excisely that monetary debt results in loss of a nation's economical prowess, yet it's a cyclical process which is happening again. Like I said, please instruct me to face-palm if I haven't really picked this vocabulary up elsewhere, but to me it's like that word always has been there like any other, so it's some kind of surprise to meet with these suggested spelling corrections in my typewriter. I can't be the only one here because Google has a lot of results, reluctantly I imagine. I'm going to have to find the word to replace though, any help and suggestions? Is "to stress" a proper alternative? I'm confused.