from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. collectively; in mass.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Collectively; in mass.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Collectively; taken together or in the aggregate.
Creating "aggregately"-owned clearinghouses would help in transparency, fairness of access and help keep the clearing business competitive.
Similarly, private companies have learned to get by with less, increasing their profit margins by more than two percent aggregately since 2009 when businesses were under pressure to cut costs.
Certainly it is a trivial amount in the grand scheme of things, but then again, so are our taxes, which aggregately make up the government revenue.
These failings don't undermine the proceedings quite as badly as the paper tiger that is Mrs. Carmody but aggregately they did sour the experience somewhat.
In this day and time, we, the USA people, really need to know who are making contributions to our election campaigns and how much they are contributing, aggregately.
MY DEAR FRIEND: You will possibly think, that this letter turns upon strange, little, trifling objects; and you will think right, if you consider them separately; but if you take them aggregately, you will be convinced that as parts, which conspire to form that whole, called the exterior of a man of fashion, they are of importance.
You easily guess that I mean the graces, the air, address, politeness, and, in short, the whole tournure and agremens of a man of fashion; so many little things conspire to form that tournure, that though separately they seem too insignificant to mention, yet aggregately they are too material for me (who think for you down to the very lowest things) to omit.
These, I allow, are all little things, separately; but aggregately, they make a most important and great article in the account of a gentleman.
That his observations on the natives had led him to conclude that although they did not fear death individually, yet that the relative weight and importance of the different tribes appeared to be the highest object of their estimation, as each tribe deemed its strength and security to consist wholly in its powers, aggregately considered.
Page 518 minute attention to objects, separately, trifling, but, aggregately, of the greatest importance -- indeed, absolutely essential to success.
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