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adverb as in impartially

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Keep your core engaged and your spine neutral throughout the entire movement.

Then Poirier adopts a neutral voice, going back to the cathedral’s beginnings in 1163, when Bishop Maurice de Sully decided that he needed a grander church, one that would take almost two centuries to build.

It allows companies to assert to customers, policymakers and others that they’re operating in a climate neutral way, while continuing to produce more planet-warming gases, on a ton-for-ton basis, than the programs are removing.

If you adjust each team’s scoring margin for strength of schedule, Tampa Bay should be a 22-point favorite over the Giants on a neutral field.

In 2018, American University became the first university in the country to achieve carbon-neutral status by investing in carbon offsets, supporting renewable energy and expanding recycling efforts.

Few will be heartened by the fact that the debt will oppress race-neutrally.

So long as the goals are approved democratically and the instruments are applied neutrally, fine.

Naturally then—and I use the word as neutrally as I can—there are going to be two sets of reactions in play here.

"It ought to be refreshing," struck in Courtlandt, neutrally.

Epithets like "man-beholding," or "guarding the way," suit neutrally both conceptions.

But honesty only asked her neutrally, "Is it really growth and freedom, and generous expansion of the soul?"

"Miss Teller has gone to Multomah, I believe," she remarked, neutrally.

He gives the general view of things, clearly, neutrally, with no vulgar emphasis of black and white.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to neutrally, such as: disinterestedly, dispassionately, equally, indifferently, objectively, and unbiasedly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.