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equally

[ee-kwuh-lee] /ˈi kwə li/
adverb
1.
in an equal or identical manner:
to treat rich and poor equally.
2.
to an equal degree or extent:
You are equally matched.
Origin of equally
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English; see equal, -ly
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  • They'd been equally firm about other people calling to make counterthreats.

    Creatures of the Abyss Murray Leinster
  • The other element in the story which Synge introduces into the play is equally true.

    Riders to the Sea J. M. Synge
  • The cue of the Chinaman is equally as acceptable as hairs from the mane of the English lion.

    Buffalo Land W. E. Webb
  • There was another whose spirit was equally desirous of flight—Burke!

    Within the Law Marvin Dana
  • The country east of the Jordan equally obeyed Egyptian rule.

Word Origin and History for equally
adv.

late 14c., from equal + -ly (2).

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