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optionally

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We recently reported that, although optional, some schools had no teachers willing to return to campus for the district’s first phase of reopening.

OK, before we move on to step three, which is totally optional, take a look at your car—you now have pretty much everything you need to car camp!

They boast a fast charging speed, and come in both AA or AAA options, with an optional charger.

The ThinkPad X1 Fold has a 13-inch OLED touch screen that folds down the middle and an optional 5G modem that offers superfast wireless connectivity, at least in places covered by 5G mobile networks.

From Fortune

There are optional add-ons like a carrying case and varying sizes of water tanks so you can enjoy multiple espresso drinks, from a ristretto to a caffè lungo.

Optionally, it can live up to its description by crashing into targets and detonating a five-pound warhead.

Regular university credit is given, but students may attend these lectures optionally and many do so.

In many cases, for this reason, good students take the subject optionally (without credit), though doing full work in it.

By the Egyptians it was practised in the same manner (excepting their Priests) as by the Tyrians,—viz., optionally.

At this time the sounds Hin and others may be made, alternately or optionally, according to habit.

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On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to optionally, such as: avoidably, unessentially, and uselessly.

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

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