additionally

[ uh-dish-uh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF additionally

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADDITIONALLY

Something had made her keenly and additionally sensitive just now.

Additionally, in some neighbourly flat, a phonograph performed.

As I could read several languages, I was additionally useful at times.

At Dunkirk, he is additionally taught how to get rid of them.

She might have added, 'And I am additionally interested just now because my uncle has forbidden me to be.'

It has, I trust, additionally appeared that both were essentially Indian.

Additionally, clouds and all but the most severe storms are transparent to radar.

He seemed to regard the circumference of the deceased as additionally ominous.

When the teeth are all dry they must be additionally secured to the rim by nails.

In the apartments of the sick it is additionally charged with a very large quantity of organic matter.

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