nationally[ nash-uh-nl, nash-nuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF nationally
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NATIONALLY
Nationally, the Poles felt that from their point of view there was nothing to hope from it.
Personally and nationally there are no duplicates in the social scheme.
Nationally for several generations we have enjoyed freedom; but let us beware.
The Bulgar wanted the Macedonian to be one with him nationally, as he is racially.
Manufacturing and selling, nationally speaking, were up to the average.
Where is the typical, the nationally characteristic, in our art?
The pounds are there, and the paper is there: what does it nationally matter which of us have which?
We seemed not to care for points that were intended to flatter us nationally.
To conclude, China, nationally considered, is in a state of decline.
They are many, and the excellence of numbers of them is nationally recognized.