Definition of Adverbially

1. Adverb. As an adverb. "The prepositional phrase here is used adverbially"

Partainyms: Adverbial



Definition of Adverbially

1. adv. In the manner of an adverb.

Definition of Adverbially

1. Adverb. As, or in the manner of, an adverb. ¹

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Definition of Adverbially

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adverbially

adverbial participle
adverbial participles
adverbial phrase
adverbial phrases
adverbialise
adverbialised
adverbialises
adverbialising
adverbiality
adverbialization
adverbializations
adverbialize
adverbialized
adverbializes
adverbializing
adverbially (current term)
adverbialness
adverbials
adverbs
advergame
advergames
advergaming
adversaria
adversarial
adversarial system
adversarially
adversaries
adversariness
adversarinesses

Literary usage of Adverbially

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1. English Lessons by Ada Van Stone Harris (1912)
"A noun, either alone or with modifiers, may be used adverbially. ... Name the nouns used adverbially in the following sentences, and tell what they modify: ..."

2. A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to by Robert Nares, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps, Thomas Wright (1901)
"The ninth sense of thi» word, in Dr. Johnson, is thus stated: " It is used adverbially, for partly, in part." It appears to me, that in thi« mode it is no ..."

3. Exposition of the Grammatical Structure of the English Language by John Mulligan (1868)
"(18) It often happens that an adjective preceded by a preposition is used adverbially. Examples: In vain•—In a vain manner ; In short •—In a short way, ..."

4. An Exposition of the Second Epistle to the Corinthians by Charles Hodge (1862)
"... to take " eternal weight of glory " as one idea. The eternal glory exceeds all limits. The words in question, however, may be connected adverbially with ..."

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