English words and Examples of Usage

use "accordingly" in a sentence

Accordingly, she went back to Paris, closed up her studio, and returned to New York in September.

Accordingly the locomotive was designed to be robust and easy to operate.

Thus, if something happens to an Omar, then all Omar will know about it and react

By degrees, popular etymology connected the word both with "corn" and "oak-horn", and the spelling changed accordingly.

The infantry brigades, field artillery brigades, and several other of the subordinate units of the Panama Canal, Hawaiian, and Philippine Divisions were numbered accordingly with what should have been the 10th, 11th, and 12th Divisions.

Sun treated his high level officials as friends and addressed them accordingly (with courtesy names), and in accordance they dedicated all effort to Eastern Wu's preservation.

Accordingly a new Revenue roll (some say a "Perfect roll" before the Permanent Settlement of Bengal) was drawn up.

SMB works through a client-server approach, where a client makes specific requests and the server responds accordingly.

Accordingly, House met the threshold standard set forth in Schlup and his case was remanded for consideration of the constitutional claims that had defaulted due to state law.

Accordingly, the Commission plays a key role in the regulation of class II and III gaming.

This way one gets the best quality at the smallest average bit rate (and the smallest file size accordingly).

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