In addition, besides, also. For example, Mary is going to Italy and to France as well, or A fine conductor, he plays the violin as well. [1300s]
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How to use as well in a sentence
Then, of course, I never knewyou deceived mepoor innocent!as well as the rest of the world.Nothing But the Truth | Frederic S. Isham
I think our passports are there as-well, so bold does one grow upon familiarity.A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees | Edwin Asa Dix
Oh fair and cold!as well may some wild maiden waste her loveUpon the calm front of a marble Jove.Literary and General Lectures and Essays | Charles Kingsley
But what's the use of trying?as well be reconciled To quit and play the game that mayBe pleasing to you, child.Bib Ballads | Ring W. Lardner