jointly

[joint-lee]
adverb
together; in combination or partnership; in common: My brother and I own the farm jointly.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English; see joint, -ly

quasi-jointly, adverb
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joint (dʒɔɪnt)
 
n
1.  a junction of two or more parts or objects
2.  the part or space between two such junctions
3.  anatomy the junction between two or more bones, usually formed of connective tissue and cartilage
4.  the point of connection between movable parts in invertebrates, esp insects and other arthropodsRelated: articular
5.  the part of a plant stem from which a branch or leaf grows
6.  one of the parts into which a carcass of meat is cut by the butcher, esp for roasting
7.  geology a crack in a rock along which no displacement has occurred
8.  slang
 a.  a disreputable establishment, such as a bar or nightclub
 b.  facetious often a dwelling or meeting place
9.  slang a cannabis cigarette
10.  out of joint
 a.  dislocated
 b.  out of order or disorganized
11.  put someone's nose out of joint See nose
 
adj
12.  shared by or belonging to two or more: joint property
13.  created by combined effort
14.  sharing with others or with one another: joint rulers
15.  law (of persons) combined in ownership or obligation; regarded as a single entity in law
 
vb
16.  to provide with or fasten by a joint or joints
17.  to plane the edge of (a board, etc) into the correct shape for a joint
18.  to cut or divide (meat, fowl, etc) into joints or at a joint
 
Related: articular
 
'jointly
 
adv

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Example sentences
Our two organizations mesh well in the programs we've undertaken jointly.
Killer whales are highly social animals and are thought to call to one another
  while jointly foraging for food.
It is jointly possible quickly to realize such projects small resources.
We will make every attempt to see patients jointly in one visit.
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