equally[ ee-kwuh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF equally
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EQUALLY
He was not by any means an ideal monk, but he was equally far from being a scandal.
The latter was equally plausible; but, if it came, would it not be preferable to the other?
The other element in the story which Synge introduces into the play is equally true.
The second point was this: those with whom I had had misunderstandings were equally His agents.
But don't eat them late, unless you are equally fond of dyspepsia.
There was another whose spirit was equally desirous of flight—Burke!
Would that all restaurant-keepers were equally conscientious!
The veteran at the stern we could not see, but doubtless his skill was equally remarkable.
The smoke rolled up as usual, and the report was equally gratifying.
At other times the contests are only of the intellect and the mind, but are equally remarkable.