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plurally

[ ploor-uh-lee ]
/ ˈplʊər ə li /
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adverb
as a plural; in a plural sense.
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Origin of plurally

First recorded in 1350–1400, plurally is from the Middle English word pluraliche.See plural, -ly
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How to use plurally in a sentence

  • “I really wish you would not speak plurally of them, Ann,” cried Ruth, laughing.

  • The latter had only one side, and therefore—plurally and pedantically speaking—no sides.

    Flatland|Edwin Abbott Abbott
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