individually

[in-duh-vij-oo-uh-lee]
adverb
1.
one at a time; separately: The delegates were introduced individually.
2.
personally: Each of us is individually responsible.
3.
in an individual or personally unique manner: Her interpretation was individually conceived.

Origin:
1590–1600; individual + -ly

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individual (ˌɪndɪˈvɪdjʊəl)
 
adj
1.  of, relating to, characteristic of, or meant for a single person or thing
2.  separate or distinct, esp from others of its kind; particular: please mark the individual pages
3.  characterized by unusual and striking qualities; distinctive
4.  obsolete indivisible; inseparable
 
n
5.  a single person, esp when regarded as distinct from others
6.  biology
 a.  a single animal or plant, esp as distinct from a species
 b.  a single member of a compound organism or colony
7.  logic
 a.  Also called: particular an object as opposed to a property or class
 b.  an element of the domain of discourse of a theory
 
[C15: from Medieval Latin indīviduālis, from Latin indīviduus indivisible, from in-1 + dīviduus divisible, from dīvidere to divide]
 
indi'vidually
 
adv

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Example sentences
Use to-go containers to create individually boxed meals, which travel well.
For convenience, steaks can be frozen individually in the marinade.
In groups or individually, have students brainstorm the types of monuments that
  they might design.
Have students read the song and individually write down five words describing
  the physical environment from the song.
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