concretely[ kon-kreet, kong-, kon-kreet, kong- for 1–10, 13–15; kon-kreet, kong- for 11, 12 ]SEE DEFINITION OF concretely
Synonyms for concretely
- in detail
- in specie
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCRETELY
Our hero did not believe in brandy, abstractly or concretely.
Concretely he told him that he ought to "extend his audience eastward."
He must give all, not abstractly, but concretely, synthetically.
By our enemy I do not mean anything as concretely commonplace as the German nation.
But most possibles are not bare, they are concretely grounded, or well-grounded, as we say.
Concretely, it means the conditions of desire or disgust which are developed by the complex of conditions thereby aroused.
But one will nowhere find such a series of variously delightful churches springing out of concretely diversified minds.
The fidgettiness, the nervous irritability which had been characteristic of him all day now concretely became fright.
Physically she differed from this purely abstract picture; concretely she strove to fit herself into the frame of that canvas.
Concretely what the State commands is the congenial outer filling of a purely inner sense of duty.