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- adv. In a connected way.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a connected manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By connection; in a connected manner; conjointly; coherently,as an argument.
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Good people who live kindly and connectedly change my life just by being alive themselves.
It was not until the twilight that Captain Cuttle, fairly dropping anchor, at last, by the side of Florence, began to talk at all connectedly.
He would repeat that childish question, ‘What is money?’ and ponder on it, and think about it, and reason with himself, more or less connectedly, for a good answer; as if it had never been proposed to him until that moment.
One way to do this is to think more connectedly than we have been educated to do.
Second, and connectedly, it is not clear in what sense such stuff is immaterial, except in the sense that it cannot be integrated into the normal scientific account of the physical world.
She was so excited that she could not speak connectedly at first, the practised air which she had brought home with her having disappeared.
Put differently but connectedly, the example shows that the names ˜Michael Caine™ and
He had received a gun-shot wound, which seemed to be obviously mortal; but whether in a brawl or from robbers they could not learn, as he was in a fever, and spoke nothing connectedly.
He knew that a terrible danger menaced him; that could he but force his brain to reason connectedly for ten consecutive minutes, he could give such information as would avert that danger, and save the ship.
And Mason, before making it impossible, probably, for this man to connectedly inform him concerning all that he wished to know, now proceeded to inquire: “By the way, do you happen to know a young man around here by the name of Clifford Golden?”