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con·nect·ed

 (kə-nĕk′tĭd)
adj.
1. Joined or fastened together.
2. Mathematics
a. Not decomposable into two disjoint nonempty open sets.
b. Having a continuous path between any two points. Used of a curve, set, or surface.
3. Related by family.
4. Logically or intelligibly ordered or presented; coherent: a stroke that left him incapable of connected speech.
5. Associated with or related to others, especially to influential or important people: a photographer who was well connected in the fashion world.

con·nect′ed·ly adv.
con·nect′ed·ness n.
References in classic literature ?
It has often occurred to me in the course of my medical practice, to doubt whether we can justifiably infer--in cases of delirium-- that the loss of the faculty of speaking connectedly, implies of necessity the loss of the faculty of thinking connectedly as well.
In plainer words, after putting the broken sentences together I found the superior faculty of thinking going on, more or less connectedly, in my patient's mind, while the inferior faculty of expression was in a state of almost complete incapacity and confusion."
"Why do you shake me like that?" asked Erik, making an effort to speak more connectedly. "I tell you that I am going to die.
Her narrative, when she was at last able to speak connectedly, entirely confirmed the nurse's report of it.
There may be fun-filled bits, but they don't sufficiently add up to a cogent story being 'connectedly' told, and too many scenes feel like they're 'floating,' rather than pushing the storytelling to its clear and 'solved' conclusion.