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  • as inmoderately
  • as inrather
  • as inenough
  • as infairly

synonyms for averagely

  • a little
  • fairly
  • quite
  • rather
  • reasonably
  • slightly
  • somewhat
  • passably
  • pretty
  • enough
  • gently
  • in moderation
  • in reason
  • kind of
  • more or less
  • more than not
  • not exactly
  • quite a bit
  • so-so
  • some
  • something
  • sort of
  • temperately
  • tolerable
  • tolerably
  • tolerantly
  • within limits
  • within reason
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  • immoderately
  • unlimitedly
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How to use averagely in a sentence

To plot each bucket along the x-axis, I calculated the population-weighted average of covid cases within each grouping.
SCHOOLS ARE NOT SPREADING COVID-19. THIS NEW DATA EXPLAINS WHY.EMILY OSTERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It lifted the Washington region’s seven-day average number of daily new cases to 4,109 — about twice the number being reported at the end of October.
SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS, ZOO TO CLOSE AS CORONAVIRUS CASELOAD IN D.C. REGION HITS RECORD FOR 16TH DAYDANA HEDGPETH, OVETTA WIGGINSNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It comes a few days after the average in the city, and 10 days after last year’s first freeze.
PM UPDATE: TODAY HAD A FROZEN START, BUT WARMER TEMPERATURES ARE ON THE WAYIAN LIVINGSTONNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The Thanksgiving holiday comes as coronavirus cases have skyrocketed across the United States, with the seven-day average of new cases hovering at more than 160,000 on Thursday, according to Washington Post tracking.
CDC RECOMMENDS AGAINST THANKSGIVING TRAVEL AMID SURGE OF CORONAVIRUS CASESBRITTANY SHAMMASNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
New York City has reached the 3% testing positivity 7-day average threshold.
NEW YORK CITY SCHOOLS CLOSING BECAUSE OF RISING CORONAVIRUS RATES — AND SO ARE ALL SCHOOLS IN KENTUCKYVALERIE STRAUSSNOVEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In Maryland, the state reported 2,018 new cases Wednesday, with its seven-day average of 1,914 daily cases setting a record for the 15th straight day.
AS HOLIDAYS APPROACH, WAIT TIMES RISE FOR CORONAVIRUS TESTS AMID RECORD SPIKE IN CASESMEAGAN FLYNN, MICHAEL BRICE-SADDLER, JULIE ZAUZMER, RACHEL CHASONNOVEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Median home prices in Fort Lauderdale are $340,000 and the average price per square foot is $256.
FORT LAUDERDALE: FLORIDA’S LGBTQ CAPITALLGBTQ-EDITORNOVEMBER 17, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
It took years, but he went from selling 25 or 30 cars a month to averaging 130 a month.
WHAT BUSINESSES SLAMMED BY THE PANDEMIC CAN LEARN FROM AMERICA’S CHAMPION CAR SALESMANGEOFFREY COLVINNOVEMBER 17, 2020FORTUNE
Repairing US infrastructure costs individual households, on average, about $3,400 every year.
SMART CONCRETE COULD PAVE THE WAY FOR HIGH-TECH, COST-EFFECTIVE ROADSLUNA LUNOVEMBER 13, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
The horticulturist-forager Tsimane people in the South American nation have experienced a half-degree drop, on average, in body temperatures over a decade and a half, anthropologist Michael Gurven and colleagues report October 28 in Science Advances.
BOLIVIA’S TSIMANE PEOPLE’S AVERAGE BODY TEMPERATURE FELL HALF A DEGREE IN 16 YEARSSUJATA GUPTANOVEMBER 13, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
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WORDS RELATED TO AVERAGELY

  • abundantly
  • acceptably
  • admissibly
  • amply
  • averagely
  • barely
  • commensurately
  • decently
  • fairly
  • moderately
  • passably
  • proportionately
  • rather
  • reasonably
  • satisfactorily
  • so-so
  • sufficiently
  • tolerably
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