undividedly

undividedly

(ˌʌndɪˈvaɪdɪdlɪ)
adv
in an undivided manner
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In every case, the distinction between multiplicity and monad is the distinction between a character as participated, and thus confined to, or "of," this or that participant, and the same character as unparticipated, or just as that character." Thus, "the multiplicity which is similar to a monad is dividedly that which the monad is undividedly." (7)
In the Government of the Republic of Macedonia there is no separation and disagreement and is undividedly working on solving the dispute, as well as strengthening the dignity and identity of citizens.
The Gestapo, which was undividedly loyal to Hitler, was the Nazi equivalent to the FBI.
Consubstantial ("attached, connected to") with this imaginary space is a true priest ("much taller because of the wild deflections of his priestly, silken hair") of poetry ("undividedly knew the long-searched for Being of Poetry")--Roderick Usher.
Even if you loved Faulkes and Ritche and me and Emmet and Emmet's brother and his girl friend equally and undividedly, it all has to be put somewhere finally." Her correspondent took this as an evasion and did not write back for months.