indirectly

All Adverb
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  • Extensive research has not been conducted on them due to being indirectly observed.
  • Animals are used as food either directly or indirectly by the products they produce.
  • It has also indirectly inspired many more works of fiction in many media.
  • The community was later named after its first mine, and thus, indirectly, after a ship.
  • The hurricane directly killed one person and indirectly killed two in the state.
  • Far from it; they attack one another directly or indirectly in these pages.
  • Three more were injured indirectly as they tried to escape the school.
  • Therefore, it could be said that the prime minister is elected indirectly.
  • In some of these countries, the upper house is indirectly elected.
  • Even these have been directly or indirectly influenced by his work.
  • Although they were not supposed to deal in local retail trade, they often did some indirectly.
  • Even those who do not read scholarly articles benefit indirectly from open access.
  • He did however directly or indirectly rule much of eastern and mid-Ulster.
  • Its members are indirectly elected by members of legislative bodies of the States.
  • One is still engaging with the ideas of others, even if only indirectly.
  • Almost all life on earth is directly or indirectly reliant on primary production.
  • Indirectly, however, she really did play a political role.
  • Main memory is directly or indirectly connected to the central processing unit via a memory bus.
  • They can also reduce the use of public transport, indirectly leading to greater pollution.
  • The scientific search for extraterrestrial life is being carried out both directly and indirectly.
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Meaning of indirectly

  • adverb Not in a forthright manner
    he answered very indirectly