Per se

Per se,

Definition of Per se:

  1. Intrinsically, by itself, not requiring any supporting facts or ideas, standing alone. Latin for, by itself or in itself. Opposite of per accidens.

  2. By or in itself or themselves; intrinsically.

Synonyms of Per se

In itself, Of itself, By itself, As such, Intrinsically, Alone, Apart, At bottom, At heart, At the core, Au fond, Basically, By itself, Essentially, Fundamentally, In essence, In itself, In substance, In the main, In the singular, Independently, Individually, Intrinsically, Materially, Once, One by one, Particularly, Primarily, Separately, Severally, Single-handedly, Singly, Singularly, Solely, Substantially

How to use Per se in a sentence?

  1. Steve decided that he was going to take up surfing as a hobby, but even after 6 months of practicing, he still could not call himself a surfer per se .
  2. I wouldnt say that you are a rude person per se , but I do feel like you can make rude comments sometimes.
  3. Church and State dont operate mutually per se - there are times when one has enough power to control the other and force their ideas to that other.

Meaning of Per se & Per se Definition