respectfully vs respectively

respectfully respectively


  • 1) In a respectful manner.
  • 2) in a respectful manner


  • 1) In a relative manner; often used when comparing lists, where the term denotes that the items in the lists correspond to each other in the order they are given.
  • 2) Singly in the order designated or mentioned.
  • 3) obsolete With respect; regardfully.
  • 4) obsolete Partially; with respect to private views.
  • 5) obsolete Relatively; not absolutely.
  • 6) As relating to each; particularly; as each belongs to each; as each refers to each in order.


  • 1) And they always like a respectful hush when they are considering weighty matters.
  • 2) You should always be respectful.
  • 3) I'm always respectful of my health and my body.
  • 4) He's not tribal and is always very polite and respectful to MPs on all sides.
  • 5) We now keep each other at a respectful distance.
  • 6) We had a very friendly and respectful relationship.
  • 7) They have always been very respectful of me as a rabbi.
  • 8) They put emphasis on men being polite and respectful.
  • 9) They ensure street fundraising takes place in a respectful way.
  • 10) If any members of the family have weak nerves let them keep at a respectful distance.
  • 11) Earlier the pair had offered a glimpse of a future working relationship in notably respectful exchanges.
  • 12) The guys have always been very respectful to me.
  • 13) She is very polite and respectful but she knows what she wants.
  • 14) The other teams here will be very respectful about the way we have played the game.
  • 15) He was very respectful and would always say hello to me.
  • 16) He was polite and respectful to both elders and young adults in any situation.
  • 17) They have always been respectful and enthusiastic here and there was no reason for them to be any different today.
  • 18) They are beyond polite and respectful.
  • 19) He was a confident person, very respectful towards staff and other pupils.
  • 20) We exercise her, walking a respectful distance behind as the traffic gives her a wide berth.
  • 21) We argue a lot about religion and its value, but always in a respectful way.
  • 22) But now they are on their third series, he keeps a respectful distance.
  • 23) They wanted an equal, respectful relationship.
  • 24) You can assert yourself in a love bond but in a respectful way - and partners share more.
  • 25) The best approach is to speak quietly but firmly and to be respectful of the person 's dignity and humanity.
  • 26) It's about being respectful of that relationship and not making them feel they are a product of your brand.
  • 27) Too respectful of the past.
  • 28) I took my pictures from a respectful distance, and wandered off down a darkened corridor.
  • 29) ‘Anyone within earshot of a eulogy is supposed to listen respectfully.’
  • 30) ‘The restrained east facade respectfully frames the triangular Place de l' Europe with its central Philharmonie.’
  • 31) ‘He is respectfully received at the emperor's court despite having waged war against the state.’
  • 32) ‘I wish I had been more grateful for difficulties and had behaved more respectfully to others instead of alienating people.’
  • 33) ‘He carries a rule book given to him by his father that later comes in handy for Scott, who treats it respectfully.’
  • 34) ‘We sit on pillows in front of them as they respectfully take turns to explain their plight.’
  • 35) ‘He remained respectfully, or at least considerately, quiet throughout.’
  • 36) ‘It's a musical that actually breaks new ground, whilst at the same time doffing its cap respectfully to the older establishment.’
  • 37) ‘I don't resent people asking questions if they do it respectfully, which most people do.’
  • 38) ‘They were recognized as his family and were ushered respectfully to one of the centre boxes.’
  • 39) ‘I respectfully doubt whether managing an investment banking business can accurately be described as a profession.’
  • 40) ‘I respectfully differ from him in his assessment of the effect which this submission had on the commissioners' ultimate conclusion.’
  • 41) ‘Insofar as they express a contrary view, we respectfully dissent from the views of the Supreme Court of Canada in this case.’
  • 42) ‘We fully agree that such a step is highly desirable, but we respectfully cannot agree that it is open to this court.’
  • 43) ‘I respectfully question the judge's view regarding the exercise of the enforcing authority's discretion.’
  • 44) ‘The exceptional circumstances are that the applicant received a trial which I respectfully submit was unfair.’
  • 45) ‘We respectfully criticise the injection of the concept of the project as something that can of itself conclude the question.’
  • 46) ‘We would respectfully discourage the court to take a narrower view.’
  • 47) ‘If I could illustrate what I say, respectfully, is the error in that proposition, I would direct you to page 107 of the application book.’
  • 48) ‘I would justifiably and respectfully argue that you should know that by now.’


  • 1) They finished those campaigns first, third and tenth respectively.
  • 2) Scotland and Northern Ireland featured the least with four and two per cent respectively.
  • 3) The two were second and third respectively last year.
  • 4) The pair look comfortable in second and third respectively.
  • 5) Switzerland and France are in second and third place respectively.
  • 6) The clubs who finish first and second get the important home play-off semifinal against fourth and third respectively.
  • 7) Typical returns are 8% and 11% respectively before charges.
  • 8) The two deals will pay 0.5% and 1% respectively.
  • 9) The funds are are up 11% and 16% respectively over a year.
  • 10) They give us an average of 0.9 and 1.1 points respectively.
  • 11) A lack of IT and financial management expertise came in second and third place respectively.
  • 12) In the very able and interesting article in our last number, by Mr. Freeland, that writer announced the doctrine that 'the social, political, religious, and scientific development of the world proceeds under the operation of two grand antagonistic principles,' which he calls respectively, 'Unity,' and 'Individuality.'
  • 13) And it will follow further that the mind has four faculties appropriate to these four divisions, which we call respectively pure reason (the highest), understanding, conviction, and perception of shadows; the first pair being concerned with being, the field of the intellect; the second pair with becoming, the field of opinion.
  • 14) [242] The sect of the Cabalists, indeed, believed in the existence of spirits of nature, embodiments or representatives of the four elements, which they called respectively gnomes, sylphs, salamanders, and ondines.
  • 15) Herodotus had himself visited Thasos, and tells us that the mines were on the eastern coast of the island, between two places which he calls respectively
  • 16) The company sold 3.9 million Macs and 9 million iPods, proving that even sales of its more seasoned products are growing -- 27% and 11% respectively from a year ago.
  • 17) Revenues in Latin America and Asia were up 13% and 7% respectively from a year ago.
  • 18) Thus their forced resignation or firing from Hearst, CNN and NPR respectively is the right action.
  • 19) Actors Edward James Olmos and Mary McDonnell, known to fans as Admiral William Adama and President Laura Roslin respectively, joined producers Ronald D. Moore and David Eicke, as well as moderator Whoopi Goldberg (… for some reason) in discussing human rights, terrorism, children and armed conflict, and reconciliation between civilians and faiths.
  • 20) Less than 6% and 1.5% charitable giving for Obamas and Bidens respectively is certainly nothing to brag about.
  • 21) ‘He was sentenced to six months and three months respectively, to run consecutively.’
  • 22) ‘These positions are frequently referred to respectively as objectivism and constructionism.’
  • 23) ‘Both release new albums this month after eight and 11 years away respectively.’
  • 24) ‘Canada and the UK came third and fourth, with nine million and eight million respectively.’
  • 25) ‘We got them in that order and their names are Oscar, Lady and Jasmine respectively.’
  • 26) ‘Two boys in the car, aged eight and three, sustained minor head and neck injuries respectively.’
  • 27) ‘These score eight and seven out of 10 respectively in terms of adding value to an existing home.’
  • 28) ‘The two new products will be linked to endowment and pension plans respectively.’
  • 29) ‘Promotion and relegation respectively appear to be the future for these squads.’
  • 30) ‘He reached this stage after qualifying from county and then regional events in June and July respectively.’
  • 31) ‘A group of human heroes and villains set out to respectively save or exploit the situation.’
  • 32) ‘I forgot flour and mushrooms, which were essential to the dessert and main course respectively.’
  • 33) ‘Both have been working their way back to full fitness after being out with injury and illness respectively.’
  • 34) ‘The sentences passed for those offences were eight, twelve and twelve years respectively.’
  • 35) ‘Both were absent from last night's team through work commitments and injury respectively.’
  • 36) ‘His first and third goals came with the last kick of the first and second half respectively.’
  • 37) ‘We now have before us a skeletal account of the way in which sexism and racism construe women and blacks, respectively.’
  • 38) ‘The drawing room and dining room lie to the left of the hallway and look onto the front and rear respectively.’
  • 39) ‘Arrowhead and asterisk mark thick cuticle and primary wall, respectively.’
  • 40) ‘The dose-finding and main assays were conducted using one plate and two plates, respectively.’

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