connectedly

[ kuh-nek-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF connectedly
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And it was hard to get them to talk freely or connectedly on any subject.

Maurice had not heard his father speak as much or as connectedly for a month.

Her temples were throbbing, and it was hard to think at all connectedly.

I find I cannot write, or even think, connectedly; so I will stop.

These were the first words that Eveline heard distinctly and connectedly.

Haskell never told of this connectedly, for he could neither speak of it or think of it without becoming greatly agitated.

Presently, however, my confused feelings subsided, and I began to think more sanely and connectedly on what had taken place.

One small niche has its inscription so much defaced by violence that only the letters ΠΑΝ are connectedly legible.

He spoke for the first time as a well man speaks, quietly, connectedly, and with a little authority.

She spoke very lucidly and connectedly, for she knew the lesson well and she was conscious that her whole existence was at stake.

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