Both Gore and Cheney mirrored their respective presidents in their first year, with poll numbers that were almost identical.
Today, we both earn more than $2 a week, but our respective spending habits remain the same.
Both sides accepted congratulations from their respective camps, and then people began to disperse.
The marriage of Mina and Joe did not exactly delight their respective families.
Greengrass, the Hughes Brothers, and others had failed to, and it ultimately helped sink their respective projects.
This throws new light on the relations of Greene, Shakespeare, and their respective companies.
Hoche, Humbert, and Pichegru, began their respective careers as private soldiers.
Various formul belonging to this head will be found dispersed, under their respective names, throughout this work.
The diplomatic body wore the dresses of their respective Courts.
IV, p. 194; both of these are concerned almost entirely with charges against the respective prioresses.
mid-15c., "regardful, observing or noting with attention," from Medieval Latin respectivus "having regard for," from Latin respect- past participle stem of respicere (see respect (n.)). Meaning "relating or pertaining severally each to each" is from 1640s.