equally

[ US /ˈikwəɫi/ ]
[ UK /ˈiːkwə‍li/ ]
ADVERB
  1. to the same degree (often followed by `as')
    sang as sweetly as a nightingale
    they were equally beautiful
    he is every bit as mean as she is
    birds were singing and the child sang as sweetly
  2. in equal amounts or shares; in a balanced or impartial way
    a class evenly divided between girls and boys
    they split their winnings equally
    deal equally with rich and poor
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How To Use equally In A Sentence

  • She may have arrived late or it is equally possible that she never went there at all.
  • In year 2000, central government established the "going out" strategy which is equally important as and to accelerate each other with the " brining in" strategy.
  • His beard went all round under his chin, and was clipped into the appearance of a stiff thick hedge — equally thick, and equally broad, and equally protrusive at all parts. John Caldigate
  • Previous vintages of Katnook's Cabernet Sauvignon were equally successful.
  • We can well afford to let them stare and smile, well knowing that if a similar amount of prosperity permitted the people of other countries to travel for their pleasure in similar numbers, the result would be at the very least an equally -- shall I say undrawing-room-like contribution to cosmopolitan society? Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 15, No. 87, March, 1875
  • Equally clearly, in these circumstances the quantity of will be a constraint upon.
  • Everyone became equally loud, crude and garrulous, the technically sober behaving identically to the genuinely drunk.
  • This column will doubtless attract accusations of self-indulgence, although you might equally contest that having demanded that my photograph appear at the top of the page and that my name appear in capitals and bold type, that particular ship has sailed. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • The mostly German-speaking cantons, or provinces, are divided nearly equally between the two religious affiliations.
  • Burying one's head in the sand is an equally ineffective tactic. Global Warming, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
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