essentially[ uh-sen-shuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF essentially
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ESSENTIALLY
Essentially teachers,--I might add, they were publicists as well as professors.
So the grocery was essentially a village club, and not a rural club.
The first point to be noted is its essentially democratic spirit.
Taking the Trilogy as a whole, one will find that it is essentially symbolical.
Broiling is the simplest of all forms of cooking, and is essentially English.
The thought is essentially that of mediation—one pleading for another.
The religious history of man is essentially the same in all ages.
What had they ever seen that was essentially beautiful and free?
The Italians are essentially dramatic; they look on death and love as spectacles.
He believed that his was essentially the playwright's instinct.