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View definitions for relevantly

relevantly

adverb as in appropriately

adverb as in pat

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The organization struggled to find ways to remain relevant among increasingly busy families, and lost a key partnership with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

That’s another reason, they say, why such a treatment would remain relevant even after a vaccine is available.

From Ozy

These are topics that will remain relevant today and will remain relevant in five years.

Make sure that the text you choose is relevant to the link you use on each cluster article.

Some networks that were relevant before are still relevant today, like Y-Combinator or Google.

From Fortune

And, relevantly, two winning campaigns for California initiatives.

Accordingly our scientific laws are to be stated relevantly to that particular congruence-group.

Curling her lip, she said not very relevantly to the topic in hand, "They've telt me yer a famous sweethearter, Liza."

In The School for Husbands, these qualities appeared quite relevantly.

A few questions addressed to him were answered coherently and relevantly.

"It won't matter about my friendship, I am three years younger than Margery," she said awkwardly and not too relevantly.

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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to relevantly, such as: accordingly, aptly, duly, judiciously, justly, and properly.

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

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