2. Adverb. (non-gloss definition Used to indicate that the accompanying statement is related (gloss connected) to a preceding statement or occurrence.) ¹
3. Adverb. (rare) (non-gloss definition Used to indicate that the accompanying statement may not be true, but has been said to be true.) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Relatedly
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Literary usage of Relatedly
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1. An Experimental Psychology of Music by Karl Feininger (1909)
"Now the optimistic or good we cannot analytically but only relatedly determine, for the good is the very quality of indeterminable reason to which we owe ..."
2. Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran/Contra Affair by Lee H. Hamilton, Daniel K. Inouye (1995)
"... of the authenticity of a Presidential order before proceeding to provide support to covert operations. relatedly, in their investigation of this part ..."
3. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (1903)
"If the mode of action is similar then the action of PAA may be dependent upon either temperature or, relatedly, the physiology and metabolic rate of the ..."
4. Sbir Program Diversity and Assessment Challenges by Charles W. Wessner (2004)
"71 relatedly, see the discussion of David Audretsch. Duncan Moore, and Paula Stephan on the challenges of "Gauging Commercial Success. ..."
5. The Pacific by Ranginui Walker, William M. Sutherland (1988)
"Third, and relatedly, my analysis is organized around a discussion of the postcolonial state. I take as my point of departure the fact that the FICs are ..."