undividedly


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undividedly

(ˌʌndɪˈvaɪdɪdlɪ)
adv
in an undivided manner
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The Gestapo, which was undividedly loyal to Hitler, was the Nazi equivalent to the FBI.
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.
Analysis of these divergent markers undividedly points to the cultural interpenetration of maturity and gender identifiers not merely in terms of reversals but indeed of expansions and subversions of binary genders.
But if the Quebec problem did blow up, English Canada would almost certainly unite behind the one party that undividedly championed English Canadian interests.