Definition of Instrumentally

1. adv. By means of an instrument or agency; as means to an end.



Definition of Instrumentally

1. Adverb. By means of an instrument or agency; as means to an end ¹

2. Adverb. With instruments of music; ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Instrumentally

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Instrumentally

instrumentalisations
instrumentalise
instrumentalised
instrumentalises
instrumentalising
instrumentalism
instrumentalist
instrumentalists
instrumentality
instrumentalization
instrumentalizations
instrumentalize
instrumentalized
instrumentalizes
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instrumentally (current term)
instrumentalness
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instrumentation
instrumentations
instrumented
instrumenting
instrumentist
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instrumentlike
instruments
instyle

Literary usage of Instrumentally

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1. The Great Commission: Or, The Christian Church Constituted and Charged to by John Harris, William R. Williams (1858)
"The great design of Christ in coming into the world was to erect his cross, and the supreme object of his missionary is instrumentally to dispense its ..."

2. A History of Presbyterianism in New England: Its Introduction, Growth, Decay by Alexander Blaikie (1881)
"Such was the spirit which he had instrumentally diffused among the inhabitants of the coast of Maine. In his Presbytery there were no John Morrisons nor ..."

3. Select Treatises of S. Athanasius, Archbishop of Alexandria, in Controversy by Athanasius, John Henry Newman (1844)
"... between the Father's operations immediately and naturally in the Son, instrumentally by the creatures; Scripture terms illustrative of this. ..."

4. Theological Institutes: Or, A View of the Evidences, Doctrines, Morals, and by Richard Watson (1851)
"... some cases the morally worthy, the comparatively innocent, die for the instruction, and, instrumentally, for the salvation of the unworthy and vicious. ..."

5. Memoir of Jesse and Hannah Williams: Late of Plymouth, Montgomery County by Jesse Williams, Hannah Albertson. Williams (1875)
"Thomas Kite attended the meeting, and ministered life to us; so that both immediately and instrumentally, help was sent." To one of her children. ..."

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