Definition of Commensurately

1. adv. In a commensurate manner; so as to be equal or proportionate; adequately.



Definition of Commensurately

1. Adverb. In a commensurate manner; so as to be equal or proportionate; adequately; proportionately. ¹

2. Adverb. With equal measure or extent. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Commensurately

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Commensurately

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Literary usage of Commensurately

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1. Fighting by Southern Federals: In which the Author Places the Numerical by Charles Carter Anderson (1912)
"... TO HAVE BEEN ENGAGED IN BATTLE THEREAFTER, TO COMMAND commensurately. Abercrombie, John J., Tennessee. Brigadier General of Volunteers. Falling Waters. ..."

2. After Death--what? by Madison Clinton Peters (1908)
"There the great Work-giver will assign it commensurately to the degrees of qualification it necessitates. A weakling cannot accomplish as much as a robust ..."

3. Descartes's Theory of Light and Refraction: A Discourse on Method by A. Mark Smith (1987)
"It follows that, whenever a physical projectile moves from a rarer to a denser medium, its speed will be commensurately less. It also follows that its new ..."

4. Outlines of Lectures on the Taxation of Land Values: An Explanation with by Louis Freeland Post (1912)
"If, then, the land value tax is not increased commensurately, speculation in land will tend to revive. All this was anticipated by Henry George when he ..."

5. Counsels to Young Men on the Formation of Character, and the Principles by Eliphalet Nott (1855)
"In behalf of the society in whose name I now address you, great exertions are called for; and I trust it can also be shown that its aim is commensurately ..."

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