independently

[ in-di-pen-duh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF independently

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They must, therefore, be protected from any privation whatever, independently of anything that I may do.

Honest Gilbert, how glad I shall be to do any thing for you, independently of your master!

Independently of this advantage, another and a greater one accompanied it.

He has not a shilling in the world; nor has she, independently of my father.

I thought, however, that I might live comfortably and independently at Venice.

Hybrids and Mongrels compared, independently of their fertility.

"You know nothing of my circumstances, Squire Hudson," said Tom, independently.

I have gone through my part of the fortune which was left us independently.

He had squandered the liberal fortune left him independently of the will.

"If you're afraid I will, you needn't hire me," said Frank, independently.

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