individually

All Adverb
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  • The first three albums have since been re-released individually, with new cover art.
  • It is unknown whether or not they will be sold individually like this.
  • Season one and two were released individually and together in a set.
  • Four-player games are a free-for-all in which players compete individually.
  • All his solo works were re-released with these extra tracks individually.
  • Because of this, they would often bring in each singer individually.
  • The story carries little from album to album, meaning they can be read individually.
  • They should be kept individually, and generally not with other fish of similar shape and colour.
  • Its members were individually active during these years and published works which were created within their constraints.
  • All ten seasons have been released on DVD individually and as a box set.
  • Other notions such as that of writing likely developed individually in each area.
  • Heroes can not work together to cast one spell - each must cast it individually.
  • For the first time, free persons were listed individually instead of by head of household.
  • Here, individually designed family homes have been built around a series of man-made canals.
  • They are tournaments where players join individually rather than as a team.
  • They are all powerful individually, but they discover that together they are even stronger.
  • Another kind of social capital can be owned individually.
  • Seasons one, four and five were released individually, whereas seasons two and three were released together in one set.
  • Members individually practice any kind of meditation or other spiritual practice they choose.
  • He was best known for his several hundreds of short stories, which he published in book form as well as individually.
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Meaning of individually

  • adverb Apart from others
    taken individually, the rooms were, in fact, square, the fine points are treated singly