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The synonyms of “Collectively” are: conjointly, jointly, together with
Collectively as an Adverb
Definitions of "Collectively" as an adverb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “collectively” as an adverb can have the following definitions:
- As a group; as a whole.
- In conjunction with; combined.
Synonyms of "Collectively" as an adverb (3 Words)
|conjointly||In conjunction with; combined.|
|jointly||In conjunction with; combined.|
A report prepared jointly by Harvard and Yale universities.
|together with||At the same time.|
Usage Examples of "Collectively" as an adverb
- The audience collectively winced.
- The vast range of resources that the American people collectively own.
Associations of "Collectively" (30 Words)
|absolutely||Used to express and emphasize one’s assent or agreement.|
He absolutely adores that car.
|all||To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent whole is often used informally for wholly.|
Became all attention.
|altogether||With everything included or counted.|
Altogether it was a great evening.
|amply||Sufficiently; more than adequately.|
These voices were amply represented.
|complete||Complete or carry out.|
His range of skills made him the complete footballer.
It was completely different from what we expected.
|conversant||Well informed about or knowing thoroughly.|
You need someone who is conversant with the new technology.
|entire||Constituting the undiminished entirety lacking nothing essential especially not damaged.|
My plans are to travel the entire world.
A school devoted entirely to the needs of problem children.
|entirety||The state of being total and complete.|
She would have to stay in her room for the entirety of the weekend.
|every||Each and all of the members of a group considered singly and without exception.|
Every two hours.
|fully||Completely or entirely; to the fullest extent.|
They were fully or amply fed.
|gamut||The lowest note in the gamut scale.|
The orchestral gamut.
|generic||Applicable to an entire class or group.|
The generic name.
|instantaneously||Without any delay.|
Soldiers must be ready to react instantaneously.
|outright||Immediately or instantly.|
They decided to buy the company outright.
|perfectly||Used for emphasis, especially in order to assert something that has been challenged or doubted.|
A perfectly idiotic idea.
|rely||Depend on with full trust or confidence.|
The charity has to rely entirely on public donations.
|ripen||Cause to ripen or develop fully.|
The sun ripens the fruit.
|solely||Not involving anyone or anything else; only.|
Did it solely for money.
|stark||Stiff, rigid, or incapable of movement.|
Stark staring mad.
They had sufficient resources to survive.
|thoroughly||Completely and absolutely good is sometimes used informally for thoroughly.|
She was soon thoroughly bored.
|total||A quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers.|
They were left with debts totalling 6 260.
|totally||To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole’ is often used informally for `wholly.|
A totally new situation.
|unrelated||Not connected by kinship.|
|unsuited||Not right or appropriate.|
He was totally unsuited for the job.
|utterly||Completely and without qualification; absolutely.|
He looked utterly ridiculous.
|whole||Acting together as a single undiversified whole.|
A whole person again.
|wholly||To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent whole is often used informally for wholly.|
She found herself given over wholly to sensation.