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ADVERBS Presently; round; severally; since

Severally ("sever," Lat. separo), used for "separately." So

“When severally we hear them rendered.

And “Contemplation doth withdraw our soule from us, and
severally employ it from the body.” MONTAIGNE, 30. Thus, "a several plot" (Sonn. 137) is a "separate" or "private plot" opposed to "a common."

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