collectively[ kuh-lek-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF collectively
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLLECTIVELY
The human race, collectively, exclusive of the anthropoid poets.
"This is the famous Hughes Junior," said David, introducing him to them collectively.
Nor are his own feet his only consideration; his dogs' feet are, collectively, as important as his own.
Therefore, it is of no value to say we were collectively hypnotized.
We call them collectively the Tricolor, and Anne Denham is the governess.
With a nod to them collectively, she took her place before the grate.
That which was the greatest good for them all, collectively, was the greatest good for the individual.
In her deep heart the whole bunch of boys had a place; singly and collectively.
All the great means of production are collectively owned now.
It was the admission of a doubt that he might expect to enroll them collectively.