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adverb as in separately

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Gloria said he hasn’t taken a mask mandate off the table but hopes it doesn’t come to that, because there’s not widespread agreement that punishing people individually is needed to contain the spread of the virus.

There is also less communication between teachers and specialists who usually take students out of class to work with them individually.

If you are printing on the go, you’ll need to be prepared to carry paper with you separately, because portable printers don’t have paper trays—you feed each sheet individually.

The G413 is a budget-friendly option for gamers that features media shortcut keys and USB passthrough for connecting to a mouse as well as individually backlit keys.

I think we have to start realizing who we are and realizing our roles individually.

The endpaper features a “pattern of marbleized paper” that has been “individually designed.”

We tend to work pretty individually, and it works differently on every film.

None of these decisions individually determined the course of the election.

He scans the crowd as he speaks, making eye contact with each person individually.

The Olympics allow nations to field champions and individually represent the country in mock battle.

When thus indefinitely used, it must be understood as designed to bear individually each signification.

It also provides for the operation of all the stops individually in a large organ, and for the operation of the expression levers.

We have a right to be as grateful individually to any given private as to any given officer; their duties were very much the same.

The black pieces were neither numerous nor individually extensive, but they belonged to Scattergood.

Remember the many and great benefits conferred daily and hourly by God on mankind, universally and individually.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to individually, such as: alone, independently, personally, severally, singly, and apart.

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