alternately, spread the whipped cream evenly over the pie before cutting.
Forbes magazine has alternately called Hanauer insane and ignorant.
Republicans have alternately praised and distanced themselves from the proposal.
They named their new community Nea Levissi, or New Levissi, as their original town was alternately known.
alternately Jamie might argue that she was deliberately misled.
alternately with the flour and spices, add the vanilla and fruit.
The ground, alternately thawing and freezing, was frequently whitened with snow.
That part of a ship lying at the surface of the water which is alternately wet and dry by the motion of the waves.
Rose eyed him and the ground, alternately, from under her long lashes.
This society holds a general meeting yearly, in May, at Norwich and Swaffham, alternately.
1510s, from Latin alternatus "one after the other," past participle of alternare "to do first one thing then the other; exchange parts," from alternus "one after the other, alternate, in turns, reciprocal," from alter "the other" (see alter). Alternate means "by turns;" alternative means "offering a choice." Both imply two kinds or things.
1718, "that which alternates (with anything else)," from alternate (adj.). Meaning "a substitute" is first attested 1848.