differently

  • 1 Differently — Dif fer*ent*ly, adv. In a different manner; variously. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 differently — [adv] in another way; otherwise abnormally, adversely, antagonistically, antithetically, asymmetrically, conflictingly, contradictorily, contrarily, contrastingly, contrastively, discordantly, disparately, dissimilarly, distinctively, divergently …

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  • 3 Differently — This article is about the 2009 power pop album. For the 2009 power pop song, see Differently (Cassie Davis song). For other uses, see Difference (disambiguation). Differently …

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  • 4 differently —    affected by a taboo condition    In a series of phrases such as differently abled, crippled or of low intelligence; differently advantaged, poor; differently weighted, obese:     It can only be a matter of time before the differently weighted… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 5 differently — adv. Differently is used with these adjectives: ↑coloured, ↑shaped Differently is used with these verbs: ↑behave, ↑dress, ↑evolve, ↑interpret, ↑operate, ↑perceive, ↑phrase, ↑react, ↑ …

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  • 6 differently — adverb In a different way. I was (says Mr. Highmore) forcibly struck with the violence of its pulsation, so much so, that, if it had been differently situated, I should have considered it an aneurism of considerable magnitude …

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  • 7 differently — different ► ADJECTIVE 1) not the same as another or each other. 2) distinct; separate. 3) informal novel and unusual. DERIVATIVES differently adverb differentness noun. USAGE There is little difference in sense between di …

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  • 8 differently — adverb in another and different manner (Freq. 8) very soon you will know differently she thought otherwise there is no way out other than the fire escape • Syn: ↑otherwise, ↑other than • Derived from adjective …

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  • 9 differently — adverb Date: 14th century 1. in a different manner 2. otherwise …

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  • 10 differently — See different. * * * …

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  • 11 differently — (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [In various ways] Syn. variously, diversely, divergently, individually, distinctively, creatively, uniquely, separately, each in one s own way, severally, disparately, incongruously, heterogeneously, abnormally, not… …

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  • 12 differently — adv. in a different manner, otherwise …

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  • 13 differently — dif·fer·ent·ly …

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  • 14 differently — See: different …

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  • 15 Differently (Cassie Davis song) — Differently Single by Cassie Davis featuring Travie McCoy from the album Differently …

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  • 16 differently abled — is a politically correct alternative for disabled. See political correctness …

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  • 17 differently abled — adjective Etymology: differently + disabled : handicapped 1 herein : challenged herein …

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  • 18 differently abled — adjective Date: 1981 disabled, challenged compare abled …

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  • 19 differently able — adjective disabled or handicapped …

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  • 20 differently abled — dif·fer·ent·ly abled dif ərnt lē ā bəld, dif (ə )rənt adj disabled, challenged …

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