For all the vulgar jokes we collectively enjoy, there's a cultural disconnect between sexual humor and actual eroticism.
Feeding the frenzy were the celebrities themselves, who, it seemed, collectively decided to all go bonkers all at the same time.
They must collectively push for a strong commitment to channeling civil society voices into the process.
This, even though Republican candidates and superPACs are collectively outspending them by a wide margin.
collectively the three ruled India for 39 of its first 42 years as an independent state.
collectively, they are commendable, especially those located in country places, away from scenes of dissipation and profligacy.
"This is the famous Hughes Junior," said David, introducing him to them collectively.
collectively they constitute, for consultation, the general manager's staff.
Therefore, it is of no value to say we were collectively hypnotized.
In her deep heart the whole bunch of boys had a place; singly and collectively.
early 15c., from Middle French collectif, from Latin collectivus, from collectus (see collect). As a noun, short for collective farm (in the USSR) it dates from 1925. collective farm first attested 1919 in translations of Lenin. Collective bargaining coined 1891 by Beatrice Webb; defined in U.S. 1935 by the Wagner Act. Collective noun is recorded from 1510s; collective security first attested 1934 in speech by Winston Churchill.