Definition of severally in English:

severally

adverb

  • Separately or individually; each in turn.

    ‘the partners are jointly and severally liable’
    • ‘For example, some practices are perpetuated as the members of a group are severally replaced.’
    • ‘Further, in the partnership form individual partners are jointly and severally liable.’
    • ‘Actual power, however, is exercised through a network of security forces held severally, and competitively, at the centre.’
    • ‘Each of the Underwriters have, severally, and not jointly, undertaken to subscribe for the new Shares.’
    • ‘He acknowledged that though the exercise had been done severally in the past, we have to do it again.’
    • ‘The directors jointly and severally accept full responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this announcement.’
    • ‘His remonstrance confirms me in my decision and serves to vindicate my claims, severally and as a whole.’
    • ‘He argued that the hotel defendants are jointly and severally liable for all of the plaintiff 's damages.’
    • ‘They are jointly and severally liable for all its debts.’
    • ‘When done severally, the user might end up cutting off the wire connections to the body of the adapter.’
    separately, individually, singly, discretely
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Pronunciation

severally

/ˈsɛv(ə)r(ə)li/