Definition of "equally" []

  • Identical in size, quantity, degree, intensity, etc; the same (as) (adjective)
  • Having identical privileges, rights, status, etc (adjective)
  • Having uniform effect or application (adjective)
  • Evenly balanced or proportioned (adjective)
  • Having the necessary or adequate strength, ability, means, etc (for) (adjective)
  • A person or thing equal to another, esp in merit, ability, etc (noun)
  • To be equal to; correspond to; match (verb)
  • To become equal or level (verb)
  • To make, perform, or do something equal to (verb)
  • To make equal (verb)
  • In an equal manner in equal shares or proportion; with equal and impartial justice; without difference; alike; evenly; justly; as, equally taxed, furnished, etc. (adverb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • In equal degree or extent; just as. (adverb)
  • Used to link two or more coordinate elements (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "equally" in a sentence
  • "Where divers be Jub (iituied to one, whether they fhall fucceed equally orun equally*"
  • "The French writer, Reybaud, in his "Reformateurs Modernes," published in 1840, made the term equally familiar to the reading public of Continental Europe."
  • "Like a continental noble, he inherited his title equally with all his brothers."