mutually

[ myoo-choo-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF mutually
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MUTUALLY

All the mutually contradictory 'isms' unite in a higher synthesis.

The one completed the other, and they mutually protected themselves.

A separation, mutually and amicably agreed upon, was the result.

I accept the phrase, and wish it might be mutually acknowledged.

Is there no arrangement we can come to, mutually advantageous?

Why, therefore, should not I and Tintefleck be mutually beneficial?

Apart from this—and it was a topic we mutually avoided—O'Grady's spirits were as high as ever.

Let us mutually engage our faith, let us unite our destinies and be happy.

Absconding Americans or Sulus were to be mutually surrendered.

It is possible that we may come to a mutually satisfactory arrangement.

WORD ORIGIN

1530s, from mutual + -ly (2). Mutually exclusive is recorded by 1650s.

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