Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a vocal manner; with voice.
- In words; verbally; orally.
- In song; by means of singing: opposed to instrumentally.
- In respect of vowels or vocalic sounds.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In a vocal manner; with voice; orally; with audible sound.
- adv. In words; verbally.
- adv. in a vocal manner
- vocal + -ly (Wiktionary)
“The Los Angeles Times blog on May 12 reported that Ron Paul supporters “hope to demonstrate their disagreements with McCain vocally at the convention through platform fights and an attempt to get Paul a prominent speaking slot.””
“Myth-debunking is an important activity for moms to be able to engage in vocally, not secretively and in guilt.”
“They hope to demonstrate their disagreements with McCain vocally at the convention through platform fights and an attempt to get Paul a prominent speaking slot.”
“Another reason crowds might have responded so vocally is that Bethpage Black is a publicly owned course.”
“All four authors portrayed themselves... vocally, that is.”
“They have a talented female lead singer in Ames, who can both shatter and soothe vocally, which is the heart of the bands aesthetic and appeal.”
“Conservatives always have vocally opposed it and now they have a majority on the Supreme Court that will significantly undermine it.”
“Residents and politicians here have also vocally opposed Obama and Democrats on health care.”
“Many of the political newcomers have vocally opposed Mr. Obama's policies and vowed to sharply curtail government spending and the number of federal workers.”
“I trained vocally during high school and college, and what I learned continues to help me in my performances.”
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