respectively[ ri-spek-tiv-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF respectively
Synonyms for respectively
- all at once
- as a group
- by agreement
- by contract
- en masse
- in collaboration
- in combination
- in conjunction
Antonyms for respectively
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RESPECTIVELY
We used to refer to them respectively as “London” and “Paris.”
The Madrid and Barcelona statues were erected in 1885 and 1888 respectively.
His two children, Herbert and Allan, were born in 1903 and 1907 respectively.
The names of the persons whom they respectively married are in italics.
Two now fill that office, appointed in 1885 and 1898 respectively.
Thus they shared with each other what they respectively had.
The three divisions, commanded, respectively, by Generals Ed.
Thus they shared with one another what they respectively had.
And thus it is respectively with, the Wolf, the Eagle, and the Mole.
The degrees were three, conferred at intervals of three years respectively.