longitudinally

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Etymology[edit]

longitudinal +‎ -ly

Adverb[edit]

longitudinally (comparative more longitudinally, superlative most longitudinally)

  1. Along lines of longitude, in the direction from pole to pole, meridianally.
  2. (sciences and social sciences) By sampling data over time rather than merely once.

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