Need another word that means the same as “equally”? Find 18 synonyms and 30 related words for “equally” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Equally” are: evenly, as, justly, equitably, impartially, objectively, too, as well, besides, in addition, additionally, furthermore, further, moreover, over and above that, what's more, else, then
Equally as an Adverb
Definitions of "Equally" as an adverb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “equally” as an adverb can have the following definitions:
- In amounts or parts that are the same in size.
- To the same degree (often followed by `as.
- In addition and having the same importance (used to introduce a further comment.
- In the same manner or to the same extent.
- In equal amounts or shares; in a balanced or impartial way.
Synonyms of "Equally" as an adverb (18 Words)
|additionally||In addition, by way of addition; furthermore.|
Additionally 50 hours of practical experience will be necessary.
|as||To the same degree often followed by as.|
Sang as sweetly as a nightingale.
|as well||To the same degree (often followed by `as.|
I don t want to go to a restaurant besides we can t afford it.
|else||In addition; besides.|
They moved on to somewhere else.
|equitably||In a fair and impartial manner.|
Wealth is equitably distributed.
|evenly||Calmly and without strong emotion or variation.|
An evenly contested game.
|further||To or at a greater distance in time or space farther is used more frequently than further in this physical sense.|
Nothing could be further from his mind than marrying.
Computer chess games are getting cheaper all the time furthermore their quality is improving.
|impartially||In an impartial manner.|
The adjudicator should act impartially in carrying out his duties.
|in addition||To or toward the inside of.|
|justly||According to what is morally right or fair; fairly.|
We deal justly with complaints.
Moreover statistics show that competition for places is growing.
|objectively||In a way that is not dependent on the mind for existence; actually.|
The researchers are objectively assessing risk factors.
|over and above that||Throughout an area.|
|then||Subsequently or soon afterward (often used as sentence connectors.|
Phoebe by then was exhausted.
|too||To a higher degree than is desirable, permissible, or possible; excessively.|
He wore suits that seemed a size too small for him.
|what's more||Comparative of much; to a greater degree or extent.|
Usage Examples of "Equally" as an adverb
- Not all who live in inner cities are poor; equally, many poor people live outside inner cities.
- They were equally beautiful.
- The money can be divided equally between you.
- They split their winnings equally.
- All children should be treated equally.
- Follow-up discussion is equally important.
- Deal equally with rich and poor.
Associations of "Equally" (30 Words)
|alike||Having the same or similar characteristics.|
They looked utterly alike.
|applicable||Capable of being applied; having relevance.|
Gave applicable examples to support her argument.
|as||A United States territory on the eastern part of the island of Samoa.|
Go as fast as you can.
|balanced||(of a person or state of mind) having no emotion too strong or too weak; stable.|
The carefully balanced seesaw.
|commensurate||Corresponding in size or degree or extent.|
Salary will be commensurate with age and experience.
|congruent||Coinciding when superimposed.|
The rules may not be congruent with the requirements of the law.
|consistently||In a systematic or consistent manner.|
A team that consistently demonstrates a desire to win.
|distribute||Be distributed or spread as in statistical analyses.|
|ditto||The same thing again used in lists and accounts and often indicated by a ditto mark under the word or figure to be repeated.|
The next speaker dittoed her argument.
|equal||Be equal to in quality or ability.|
The players proved equal to the task.
|equalize||Become equal to a specified or standard level.|
Britain is required to equalize pension rights between men and women.
|equitable||Fair and impartial.|
Equitable treatment of all citizens.
|evenly||In equal amounts or shares; in a balanced or impartial way.|
A series of evenly spaced dots.
|fair||Without favoring one party in a fair evenhanded manner.|
A pretty girl with long fair hair.
|identical||Similar in every detail; exactly alike.|
Identical twins are monovular.
|importantly||In an important way or to an important degree.|
A non drinking non smoking and importantly non political sportsman.
|indistinguishable||Not able to be identified as different or distinct.|
The two specimens are actually different from each other but the differences are almost indistinguishable.
|isochronous||Equal in duration or interval.|
|just||Of an opinion or appraisal well founded justifiable.|
Inflation fell to just over 4 per cent.
|justice||A public official authorized to decide questions brought before a court of justice.|
The justice of his case.
|liken||Point out the resemblance of someone or something to.|
Racism is likened to a contagious disease.
|proportionate||Agreeing in amount, magnitude, or degree.|
Proportionate representation of a minority group.
|regularly||Having a regular form.|
Letters arrived regularly from his children.
|same||Similarly in the same way.|
Curtains the same color as the walls.
|similar||Having the same or similar characteristics.|
Northern India and similar areas.
|tantamount||Being essentially equal to something.|
The resignations were tantamount to an admission of guilt.
|unbiased||Showing no prejudice for or against something; impartial.|
They give clear unbiased advice.
|uniformly||In a way that is the same in all cases and at all times.|
The rules are applied uniformly.