automatically

All Adverb
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  • When the extension is no longer busy, it will automatically call you back.
  • The leadership in these special groups did not automatically fall to the State Department.
  • The system may automatically open and close windows to cool the house.
  • Some modern digital sound level meters can carry out this analysis automatically.
  • Their physical needs are taken care of automatically and it is said that they have no spiritual needs.
  • The package manager may no longer be able to do so automatically.
  • A lawyer who is admitted in one state is not automatically allowed to practice in any other.
  • Children automatically go to heaven when they die, regardless of the religion of their parents.
  • The general public only had to enter their names into the computers and everything else was done automatically.
  • In this position he automatically became a governor of King's.
  • They do not fire automatically like a machine gun.
  • Some plants can now sort the materials automatically, known as single-stream recycling.
  • Intellectuals no longer believed the world was automatically getting better and better.
  • If in the election of officers, there is only one candidate for any position, the candidate will automatically take office.
  • The skills for the higher levels automatically also assume those listed for lower levels.
  • This is usually done automatically by another part of the circuit.
  • Women who did not cry during their trial were automatically believed to be witches.
  • At the other end of the table, the bottom club is now automatically relegated.
  • This booster engine was set to cut out automatically at a certain speed.
  • If such a law were not passed by then, same-sex couples would be granted these rights automatically.
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Synonyms of automatically

Meaning of automatically

  • adverb In a reflex manner
    he answered automatically