Definition of contiguously in English:

contiguously

adverb

See contiguous

‘It is also, contiguously, the means by which a politician might displace the properly class element of any issue by giving an inkling of the darklings in our midst.’
  • ‘I might point out that I had all three terms in one sentence - in fact contiguously - and they didn't, but rules are rules.’
  • ‘By reading the last portion and the first portion of the Torah contiguously, we connect the miraculous wonders performed by Moses to Creation.’
  • ‘Extended families do not necessarily live contiguously.’
  • ‘First, the only filesystem that currently guarantees that files are stored contiguously is romfs.’