individually

[ in-duh-vij-oo-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF individually

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDIVIDUALLY

Nothing that happened to him individually had any importance.

That one instance concerns myself personally and individually.

As individuals they had so many advantages, while we are so weak and individually so helpless.

At first Peter had thought that individually many of the men liked him.

Individually, as well, its grace and beauty might even take that rank.

There are other rights conferred on us by the states of which we are individually the citizens.

They have individually raised their voices for humanity and the black man.

The same may be said of the example we individually set to those around us.

The struggle to maintain existence was carried on, not individually, but in groups.

I remember all those days individually; they seem to me as yesterday.

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