from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. By means of documents.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • As a document.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

documentary +‎ -ly


  • This weekend, tune into a one-hour documentarily with CNN's special correspondent, Frank Sesno, it's called "We Were Warned: Out of Gas."

    CNN Transcript May 18, 2008

  • A certain number of dull persons should always be employed by a Government in making the most accurate copies possible of all good pictures; these copies, though artistically valueless, would be historically and documentarily valuable, in the event of the destruction of the original picture.

    A Joy For Ever (And Its Price in the Market)

  • Once this response is received, the NVC lets folks know what further documentation is required and, as soon as all necessary paperwork has been provided, the case can be reported to the Visa Control branch of the Visa Office in the State Department as being documentarily qualified.


  • The inspector of the Al Quoz cemetery in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, documentarily confirmed the fact of a burial place of the Hero of Russia, former commander of the Russian GRU special-task battalion Vostok, Sulim Yamadayev, who, according to local police, has been killed on March 28 in Dubai.


  • After all, the over 60 defendants in the Ontario action must be confronting the same need to explain and documentarily justify themselves as I am.

    Barbados Underground

  • I say that if done correctly -- which is to say as journalistically and documentarily as possible -- it's a better use of "reality" TV than, say, another

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • (the first symptoms of which are already specified documentarily in a thoughtful letter of Galiani to Madame d'Epinay) -- IF IT IS

    Beyond Good and Evil


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