characteristically[ kar-ik-tuh-ris-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF characteristically
Synonyms for characteristically
- but of course
- by birth
- by nature
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARACTERISTICALLY
Characteristically, he forgot utterly the night of the full moon!
"My name is Wade," answered the banker, characteristically for himself.
Then, characteristically, he dismissed the vain longing and bent to the business in hand.
His love of reputation is characteristically Greek, and contrasts with the humility of Socrates.
His great motive of action is political ambition; in this he is characteristically Greek.
It was a great victory, a characteristically Russian exploit in self-suppression.
He carried his congratulations to his aunt in person; she received them characteristically.
The conception of philosophy as an ars vivendi is characteristically Greek.
That was the GG, characteristically, so we talked temperatures.
Those who know not God are characteristically superstitious.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHARACTERISTICALLY
- at heart
- at the heart of
- in effect
- in essence
- more or less so