Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the manner or with the force or character of an adverb; as an adverb.
- adv. As, or in the manner of, an adverb.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In the manner of an adverb.
- adv. as an adverb
- adverbial + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Given this account of the intentionality of perception, sensations are best understood adverbially, that is, as a way of perceiving objects in the world.”
“And because good has taken on this colloquial resonance when used adverbially, it has made some people sensitive about its use.”
“All I can do is describe how Guinness affects me neurologically, intellectually, spiritually, sexually, violently, adverbially — every year a new edition comes out.”
“In sensibility the qualities of perceived things turn into time and into consciousness ¦ [But,] do not the sensations in which the sensible qualities are lived resound adverbially ¦ as adverbs of the verb to be?”
“The key word was sorry, later adverbially emphasized as very sorry.”
“Not: He was absent due to illness, which uses due to adverbially.”
“Wherefore the word X+S+D+, following may be taken adverbially, as a lenitive of that severity which this word importeth: "Let him smite me;" but”
“+Case+ defined of attribute complement of explanatory modifier of noun or pronoun independent of noun or pronoun used adverbially of objective complement”
“In the sentence above, _I scent the morning air_ is the subject, _thinks_ is the predicate, and _me_ is a "dative," or a pronoun used adverbially.”
“A noun or pronoun used as object complement, as objective complement, as the principal word in a prepositional phrase, or used adverbially”
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