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See definition of concertedly on Dictionary.com
  • as insynchronously
  • as intogether
  • as inunanimously

synonyms for concertedly

  • closely
  • collectively
  • in tandem
  • jointly
  • simultaneously
  • unitedly
  • all together
  • as one
  • at one fell swoop
  • coincidentally
  • combined
  • commonly
  • concomitantly
  • concurrently
  • conjointly
  • contemporaneously
  • en masse
  • hand in glove
  • hand in hand
  • in a body
  • in concert
  • in cooperation
  • in one breath
  • in sync
  • in unison
  • mutually
  • on the beat
  • side by side
  • synchronically
  • unanimously
  • with one accord
  • with one voice
  • with the beat
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How to use concertedly in a sentence

From day one, the Prometeo team has made concerted efforts to have both men and women in decision-maker roles.
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Of the eight House seats Republicans flipped in the election so far, six were won by female candidates, a reflection of a concerted effort to elect GOP women to Congress after the election of a wave of Democratic women two years ago.
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Over the past decade or so, no team has made more of a concerted effort to win a title than Los Angeles.
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Especially in middle- and upper-income countries, concerted action in prior decades has done much to reduce the harm caused by lead-based gasoline and paint.
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Better data would make it easier to measure results, track progress and drive accountability in a concerted way, enabling financial markets to make more informed decisions about climate risk.
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Many of America’s smallest businesses would benefit from a concerted strategy to grow more of them to $1 million in revenue and beyond.
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Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, sought to focus on his concerted effort to confirm Barrett.
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It’s important to make a concerted effort to talk with your team about how they are coping, what their specific work-from-home situations look like, and how you can better enable and foster their productivity.
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It’s also the hardest ranking factor to improve because link building takes such a concerted amount of effort and can take years in big industries.
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To add to the unearthly noise they yelled concertedly with the full power of their lungs.
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WORDS RELATED TO CONCERTEDLY

  • all together
  • as one
  • at one fell swoop
  • coincidentally
  • collectively
  • commonly
  • concertedly
  • concomitantly
  • concurrently
  • conjointly
  • contemporaneously
  • en masse
  • hand in glove
  • hand in hand
  • in a body
  • in concert
  • in cooperation
  • in tandem
  • jointly
  • simultaneously
  • together
  • unitedly
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