Definition of cognately in US English:

cognately

adverb

  • See cognate

    • ‘Hypocrisy is the pretension to qualities which one does not possess, or, more cognately, the putting forward of a false appearance of virtue or religion.’
    • ‘I rise to speak on the three bills we are debating cognately - the Financial Management Bill, the Financial Legislation Amendment Bill and the Auditor General Bill.’
    • ‘Second and cognately, there's the Paradox of Analysis: Conceptual analysis is supposed to be somehow informative or enlightening.’
    • ‘There were some other issues and by keeping a constant eye on the Terms of Reference, these are addressed either separately or cognately.’
    • ‘Decisions relating to the two acts are often given effect in Excise and Customs Tariff Proposals that are tabled cognately in Parliament.’