ethnologically love

Definitions

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  • adv. In an ethnological manner or fashion.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an ethnological manner; by ethnological classification.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • As regards race or nationality; according to or in accordance with the methods or principles of ethnology.

Etymologies

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ethnological +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Firstly for the object of this response; we will label the citizens of FYROM as Serbo-Bulgar pseudo-Macedonian Slavs - historically and ethnologically, that is exactly what they are - there is no such a race or language as Macedonian.

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  • Howe belongs to the Solomons neither geographically nor ethnologically.

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  • It takes a rare and special event to provoke the use of the phrase "ethnologically diverse" in a football-related press release, and this is it.

    South Africa races ahead in battle of weirdest World Cup stadiums

  • Its colours were not chosen because they "look nice" but to "represent the 11 players in every team, the 11 official languages of South Africa and the 11 South African tribes that make the country one of the most ethnologically diverse on the African continent".

    South Africa races ahead in battle of weirdest World Cup stadiums

  • When "birthers" -- or those who enable them -- say things like "We have to take our country back," they are not talking about political party control of the branches of government, they are talking much more insidiously about a cultural vision (actually, delusion) of the United States as white, "Christian," and ethnologically monolithic.

    Cynthia Boaz: The "Birthers" and Our Ailing Political Culture

  • The reason was that I didn't know who Helmuth von Bunkum was or what he'd said about ethnologically-biassed-alenation, and that I didn't know who Schloime ben-Chloroform was or what she had said about capitalistically-focuused-envy-reactions in Dewsbury in August 1984.

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  • The postures of coition, ethnologically curious and interesting, are subjects so extensive that they require a volume rather than a note.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The inland depth is undetermined; geographically we should limit it to the Western Ghats, which rarely recede more than 60 miles from the sea, and ethnologically no line can yet be drawn.

    Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo

  • Measured ethnologically, perhaps the most primitive pastime is also one of the most interesting, for it seems to indicate the evolution of the spear.

    My Tropic Isle

  • This would be politically and ethnologically correct.

    The Land of Midian

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