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Per say definition, a frequent misspelling of per se. See more.

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Per se definition, by, of, for, or in itself; intrinsically: This candidate is not a pacifist per se, but he is in favor of peaceful solutions when practicable. See more.

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The article 'The Golden Touch of Jay Amit Shah' is per say defamatory and the trial court should proceed with the case, the High Court had ordered.

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Last week's Latin experiment resulted in such fun practices that I decided to drum up another one, but I kind of selfishly picked this one because it is misspelled all the time and it drives me up the wall. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you "per se." I have run across this phrase spelled "per say," mostly from people who want to sound really smart on Facebook.

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Same here. I was just typing up a post for my guild and didn't know exactly what it meant, so I Google'd for "Per say" and this was the first thing I saw.

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per se: [ Latin, In itself. ] Simply as such; in its own nature without reference to its relation. In the law of Defamation , slander per se refers to certain language that is actionable as slander in and of itself without proof of special damages, such as the situation in which a person is falsely accused of having committed a crime. ...

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Per se is the phrase to use when you want to refer to a particular thing on its own. It is not this Latin phrase, per se, that is important, but rather the concept it represents.

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An incorrect spelling of per se. Used by those who do not know its proper use.

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Perceptions, says Professor Dewey, are not per se cases of knowledge, but simply natural events with no more knowledge status than (say) a shower.

english.stackexchange.com/questions/57517/what-does-persay-per-say-mean

You heard: It shouldn't break any of your site per se.. per se is a Latin phrase often used in English. It means "in itself". So the person who said per se could have meant: "It shouldn't break the site, but it could break other things that you care about." or perhaps "It shouldn't break the site, but it could cause problems that are similar to a broken site.&q...