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discretely

adverb as in distinctly

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A small group focused on something discrete can suddenly appear to be very large.

The subject tests, lasting an hour apiece, used multiple-choice questions to cover discrete topics such as math, literature, history, biology, chemistry, physics and various foreign languages.

The Grassmannian itself contains infinitely many points, which can’t be counted in a discrete, finite way.

The Intel Core processors help power mobile devices without the weight, offering discrete-level graphics, impressive AI acceleration, and long-lasting battery life.

It’s Friday, so to make our analysis as easy as possible I’ve broken it into discrete sections for your perusal.

There are lenses discretely built in watches, ties, cigarettes, lighters, and other forms of disguise.

Kerry is positioned to put an American thumb on the scales discretely, with the president's support.

They hear the happy talk and they shake their heads or roll their eyes (discretely) and wonder what these people are smoking.

If science is discretely silent about these things, what can the more venturesome and less responsible imagination suggest?

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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to discretely, such as: differently, independently, individually, separately, singly, and unconnectedly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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