In an indirect or subordinate manner; indirectly.(adverb)
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Use "collaterally" in a sentence
"Whatever the good intentions of this or that ordinary individual serving in the occupation forces -- such as the military doctors who saved what was left of Razia's life -- the underlying logic of domination will have its way, churning relentlessly through the bodies of innocent people caught up -- deliberately or "collaterally" -- in the brutal power of foreign forces which should not be in their land."
"Laterally, collaterally, meaning is leached from the phonemes that unleash it."
"That our leaders lack empathy for the "collaterally" damaged is as shameful as a compassion-reduced electorate."