from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In or relating to the middle.
- adv. In a medial direction or location; near or along the midline.
- adv. In a medial direction or location; nearer or toward the midline.
- adv. Inside a word; neither initially nor finally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In or along the middle; as regards the middle; midway: as, medially situated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a medial position
Mo., calls medially legalized marijuana a smoke screen for people who want to smoke weed.
On the one hand, I breastfed my kids and I think that if it is medially possible, people should at least try to do it.
MEDICAL WATCH: LT Demetrius Bell, who underwent arthroscopic knee surgery and missed the final seven games of last season, is No. 1 on the depth chart and medially cleared to resume play.
This film addresses many timely issues surrounding abstinence-only versus comprehensive sex education through following Shelby Knox as she challenges her local community and urges them to incorporate medially-accurate comprehensive sexual health education into Texas high schools.
To get your feet aligned, dont just point your feet forward; rotate each leg medially until your foot points forward.
Rotate legs medially toward your midline to point feet forward
I like the "kite" model myself, with a broad cheiropatagium, ankle attachment, and medially-oriented pteroid bone.
Word-final schwa in early Late IE is expected to become PIE *-e# since it only becomes *-o- word-medially in the presence of a following voiced segment and this then explains the thematic vocative case which ends in *-e i.e. the vocative case was endingless causing this Pre-IE schwa to be word-final.
That is, they all seem to be pushed towards neutralization in word-initial and word-final positions with a contrast of lax and tense stops being maintained medially.
So one way to get rid of this problem is to suppose that the voicing occured word-medially instead.