Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a social manner or way: as, to mingle socially with one's neighbors.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In a social manner; sociably.
- adv. by or with respect to society
- adv. in a social manner
- social + -ly (Wiktionary)
“After Labor Day, the former agent with Prudential Douglas Elliman will launch Rubicon Property, what he calls a socially responsible real-estate firm.”
“But he was far from putting the main blame on what we call the socially lower classes or on the slaves.”
“Democratic politicians need to understand that even in socially conservative states like Nebraska, economic populism is a big political winner," said PCCC co-founder Adam Swartz.”
““Symbols presented in socially maintained rites” are not something that we have to worry about anymore.”
““In the context of a traditional mythology, the symbols are presented in socially maintained rites, through which the individual is required to experience, or will pretend to have experienced, certain insights, sentiments and commitments.””
““The symbols are presented in socially maintained rites, (the Jayhawk mascot, the singing and chanting together) through which the individual is required to experience, or will pretend to have experienced, certain insights, sentiments (adoration for the team) and commitments (sharing an experience with 15,000 screaming fans).””
“Lucky Jim is a comedy of errors as Dixon stumbles again-and-again socially and professionally only to come out on top in the end.”
“That's right, the babes won't just get the standard behavior and awkward advances — if someone is really obnoxious, they get rewarded for it, and then you get to see them again socially!”
“All drinkers begin socially, and this drinking is accompanied by a thousand social connotations such as I have described out of my own experience in the first part of this narrative.”
“These gentlemen, who live in socially retarded states, should have taken care of their unemployed instead of agitating for war, Hitler proclaimed.”
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