Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an aërial manner; so as to resemble air or the atmosphere; ethereally.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. Like, or from, the air; in an aërial manner.
- adv. by means of aircraft
- aerial + -ly (Wiktionary)
“His abrupt departure from the Test team was partly the result of poor form: after those first seven Tests, Kambli could barely buy a run, as opposition teams exploited his weakness against short-pitched pace bowling, and he developed a fatal tendency to drive the ball aerially into the hands of the gully fielder.”
“It is a huge subject, but Munro, director Roxana Silbert and designer Ti Green admirably convey the excitement of scientific progress: the sight of a Sputnik model rotating like a silver ball and an aerially suspended Gagarin spinning through the cosmos is exhilarating.”
“Farther into the rebel-held east, pro-Gaddafi forces also aerially bombed the coastal town of Brega, a rebel stronghold.”
“Sure, the quarterbacks meeting room is still full of bombast about gashing defenses aerially, Carr said.”
“But as the media puts WikiLeaks on blast, it makes you wonder if the current climate would welcome something on the level of Daniel Ellsberg, or if they'd simply order him off to be aerially hunted in Sarah Palin's Alaska.”
“It says the top secret plan involved allowing 200 mainly Australian combat troops to be aerially bombed and sprayed with the chemical weapons.”
“Even in Iraq, under American occupation, you guys are continuing to aerially bomb territory you theoretically control.”
“In March of 2000, SB267 was passed which allowed hunters other than the state biologists to aerially shoot wolves.”
“You know Charlie, the FACT is if I can kill wolves aerially, I will not miss Putin if I see him loitering alone in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge or fishing in Bering Sea.”
“Ouch, the indiscreet hotels aerially sat despite that indelicate Italy.”
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