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In recent months, many agencies have called back some employees from leave or telework, although the number still working remotely remains high by the government’s traditional practices.

Between a relatively unpredictable draft conducted remotely and free agency opening a mere 48 hours later — in November, no less — this was already sure to go down as one of the stranger weeks in the NBA’s 74-year history.

While they can handle many of their tasks remotely, Facebook can’t send them its most problematic content, such as sexual exploitation content.

Authors hunkering down at home became Zoom ’toonists, sometimes drawing remotely for fans, sometimes reading their works to school-age audiences in quarantine.

Remote work trends Demand for apartments, condos and offices has weakened in many locations because many employees continue to work remotely to reduce the spread of the virus.

This may be the case—but it is not remotely plausible evidence that this attack was therefore orchestrated by North Korea.

I am not remotely embarrassed to relate he weighed just 9lb.

America was different; the disease of HIV is not remotely the same.

While not considered remotely as “scary” as Ebola, MERS, or HIV, it is still a sexually transmitted infection.

Marriage is not a thought that is even remotely close to me at the moment.

The noise and buzz of incessant conversation affected her pleasantly, but remotely, as the chatter of distant sparrows.

I had seen her many times, but we had never, except very remotely, touched upon the matter which was uppermost in both our minds.

Her husband had never been remotely within her reach, and now Marius stepped beyond it.

They are not even remotely suggested in its original constitution.

However, if the Spican was wearing a suit of plastiflesh that looked remotely humanoid, I would at least stay and talk to him.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to remotely, such as: casually, accidentally, as a by-product, as side effect, by the bye, and by the way.

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