culturally

[ kuhl-cher-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF culturally
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Yet all that is valuable, culturally speaking, rises like a phoenix from the ashes.

Culturally identical with them are the neighboring Yurok and Karok.

It will be seen that the Shoshone population of Idaho was by no means a unitary one, either socially or culturally.

The tribe was also culturally uniform, but not necessarily distinct from its neighbors in this respect.

The New Market point has been found to differ in flaking as well as culturally from the Randolph type.

Such agents are endowed with rules of reproduction, movement, fair trade, and can even be culturally identified.

Purely pictorial signs, as in Chinese and Japanese writing, relate to the structure of language, and are culturally significant.

Aesthetic structuring, culturally rooted and technologically supported, affects the efficiency of designed items.

Albania – culturally, a veritable part of Italy in the past – was cut off from it and from the Renaissance it spawned.

Paris and Rome were hazily mixed geographically in her ill-furnished mind, and culturally both were blank.

WORD ORIGIN

1889, from cultural + -ly (2).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CULTURALLY

socially

adverbwith regard to the welfare of mankind
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