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As the heading says: is there a more formal word or phrase for "as well as"? I can think of two expressions with this exact meaning – "as well as" and "along with" – but I have a feeling that neither is used in formal writing – or am I wrong about this?

Example (X stands for the word/phrase I'm looking for):

All proposals, X any support documents, should be submitted to the committee no later than June 1.

Thank you!

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    More formal word? All proposals (along) with any support documents etc.
    – Lambie
    Sep 30 '21 at 17:20
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    in addition to, Sep 30 '21 at 17:24
  • @Lambie so you'd say along with is fine in formal writing? That's great! Thanks!
    – Helen
    Sep 30 '21 at 18:18
  • @FredoonFarokh Uh... I can't believe I didn't think of that myself... Thank you!!
    – Helen
    Sep 30 '21 at 18:18
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Any of the following would work here:

All proposals, with any support documents, should be submitted to the committee no later than June 1.

All proposals, including any support documents, should be submitted to the committee no later than June 1.

All proposals and supporting documents should be submitted to the committee no later than June 1.

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