Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Intellectually; in the mind; in thought or meditation; in idea.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In the mind; in thought or meditation; intellectually; in idea.
- adv. in your mind
- mental + -ly (Wiktionary)
“But McCreight's discussions with Meyer or his potential employer didn't include the term "mentally unstable," which the filing describes as "words that Mr. McCreight would never use to describe a fellow Marine.”
“I'd keep using the term mentally challenged, but "retarded" is simpler to type.”
“But one of the queers - you know, what they call mentally maladjusted - might do it for fun, don't you think?”
“The word, "mind," is simply a term mentally labeled onto the occurrence of the subjective event of the giving rise to something.”
“Yet I have sometimes wondered if what we call mentally askew people are not those that possess attributes which society is not wise enough to help them use wisely -- mightn't such people be like fine-blooded animals who sniff land and water where no one else suspects any?”
“I smiled slightly and sourly at what I called mentally "the pat incongruity" of the admonition with mood and written words.”
“* translates the title mentally as "forest of morning" *”
“This will be my first serious attempt at NaNoWriMo and all the info in mentally preparing is greatly appreciated!”
“Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik said Giffords was the target of a gunman whom he described as mentally unstable and possibly acting along with an accomplice.”
“As I discuss in the book, I also have been helped in daily life by Eastern philosophy -- by learning how to better detach myself emotionally and mentally from the pain.”
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