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synonyms for connectedly

  • accordingly
  • collectively
  • cooperatively
  • in tandem
  • mutually
  • simultaneously
  • together
  • unitedly
  • conjointly
  • agreeably
  • alike
  • arm in arm
  • coincidentally
  • combined
  • companionably
  • concomitantly
  • concurrently
  • en masse
  • hand in glove
  • hand in hand
  • harmoniously
  • in a group
  • in common
  • in company with
  • in concert
  • in conjunction
  • in league
  • in partnership
  • in unison
  • inextricably
  • inseparably
  • intimately
  • reciprocally
  • side by side
  • similarly
  • synchronically
  • with one another
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antonyms for connectedly

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  • singly
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How to use connectedly in a sentence

Then she spoke, and, to Hermione's amazement, she spoke connectedly.
PAUL PATOFFF. MARION CRAWFORD
Freckles tried to think connectedly, but there were too many places on the trail where the Angel's footprints were vet visible.
FRECKLESGENE STRATTON-PORTER
Hilda looked away, and clasped her hands upon her knee, making an effort to tell her story connectedly.
GREIFENSTEINF. MARION CRAWFORD
Shorthouse still talked of his adventures, in some Eastern country now, and less connectedly.
THE EMPTY HOUSE AND OTHER GHOST STORIESALGERNON BLACKWOOD
She still felt curiously detached, although she was able to think quite connectedly.
DECEMBER LOVEROBERT HICHENS
So it results that most of the Turks whom one sees have a lawyer-like habit of speaking connectedly, and at length.
EOTHENA. W. KINGLAKE
Somerset was so greatly moved that he could hardly speak connectedly to his father as they paced on together.
A LAODICEANTHOMAS HARDY
For some minutes I sat quite still, too miserable to think connectedly.
THE HOUSE OPPOSITEELIZABETH KENT
I find I cannot write, or even think, connectedly; so I will stop.
MEMOIR OF MARY L. WARE, WIFE OF HENRY WARE, JR.EDWARD B. HALL
These were the first words that Eveline heard distinctly and connectedly.
EVELINE MANDEVILLEALVIN ADDISON
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