foundationally love

Definitions

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  • adv. In a foundational manner.

Etymologies

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From foundational +‎ -ly.

Examples

  • I think the USA hasn't kept the border laws because we are basically a nation who foundationally is a welcoming country.

    Mexican Migra shoots local as illegal immigrant

  • And, um, if you're asking, though, kind of foundationally here, should anyone end up in jail for having an … abortion, absolutely not.

    This Woman is Not a Feminist

  • And if you're asking, though, kind of foundationally here should anybody end up in jail for having had an abortion, absolutely not.

    amor mundi

  • And if you're asking, though, kind of foundationally here, should anybody end up in jail for having had an abortion, absolutely not.

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • SARAH PALIN: If you're asking, though, kind of foundationally here, should anybody end up in jail for having had an abortion -- absolutely not.

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • She also said that "foundationally" it is "no secret" that she is "pro-life" and believes that a "culture of life is very important for this country."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • October 2nd, 2008 seriously, the interviews just keep getting better and better. is she really their vp candidate? am i dreaming? for the sake of the world, i hope i am … btw, i just thought of a new drinking game … drink when sarah (1) says "foundationally" or

    donloeb.com

  • And, um, if you're asking, though, kind of foundationally here, should anyone end up in jail for having an ... abortion, absolutely not.

    PERRspectives

  • "[I would] counsel that person to choose life despite the horrific, horrific circumstances," she said, before moderating her position a bit: "If you're asking, though, kind of foundationally here, should anyone end up in jail for having an … abortion, absolutely not.

    Scattered Blog // Dan Cameron of Sprout Venture

  • I think our politics is a systemic problem, so I think that is what is foundationally wrong with why the economy drops and why the people that suffer the most from it are the people with the least amount of say in how the economy goes, she said.

    New York Wary as Stock Markets Fall

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