But they act as if they have to be more conservative than identically situated male Democrats from red states do.
When the indivisible is present in the divisible, "it is entire in each part," identically and numerically one.
identically the same thing is done in the construction of the flying machine.
Now I have this worthy woman, who sets to work on a different system, but the results are identically the same.
He has a talent for appearing at identically the right moment.
Here again the method of training and working, whether the one sex or the other is used, is identically the same.
Intrinsically the constitution of the mind is identically the same.
The sheego, at the same instant, was smitten with an identically similar impulse.
Are they not critically, accurately, and identically the same?
It is the same bird we get in Britain, and behaves in identically the same way.
1610s, as a term in logic, from Medieval Latin identicus "the same," from Late Latin identitas "identity, sameness," ultimately from comb. form of Latin idem "the same" (from id "it, that one;" see id) + demonstrative suffix -dem. General sense of "being the same or very similar" is from 1630s. Replaced Middle English idemptical (late 15c.), from Medieval Latin idemptitas "identity," from Latin idem. Related: Identically.
identical i·den·ti·cal (ī-děn'tĭ-kəl)
Exactly equal and alike.
Of or relating to a twin or twins developed from the same fertilized ovum and having the same genetic makeup and closely similar appearance; monozygotic.