Definitions

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  • adv. In a pneumatic manner.
  • adv. Using pneumatics.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • By means of pneumatic force or of some pneumatic contrivance: as, pneumatically sunk caissons.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a pneumatic manner

Etymologies

pneumatic +‎ -ally (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • She has a skin-tight t-shirt over such enormous, pneumatically-enhanced boobs that I can't read the words that run down her shirt.

    Sara Davidson: I Feel Bad about Your Eyebrows

  • These computer-generated forms were physically achieved by employing shotcrete, a form of concrete that is pneumatically projected into shaped reinforcement -- a method commonly used to make swimming pools.

    Guy Horton: Impossible Architecture: A Review of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

  • These computer-generated forms were physically achieved by employing shotcrete, a form of concrete that is pneumatically projected into shaped reinforcement--a method commonly used to make swimming pools.

    Guy Horton: Impossible Architecture: A Review of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

  • Poelzig doesn't just wake up when his doorbell rings: he rises almost pneumatically, his body segmented like a machine, silhouetted behind a thin curtain so that his iconically familiar shadowed profile reveals his presence before he's actually seen in full.

    The Black Cat

  • And that characteristic allows for a rubber boot to be pneumatically expanded, which will crack the ice.

    CNN Transcript Feb 13, 2009

  • The tour guide breathes into the microphone suggestively, and this huge intercontinental tour bus pneumatically, and empathetically, jerks itself into the traffic.

    The "Sex and the City" Tour

  • He coughs pneumatically into his fist, rocks in his chair.

    Culture Club

  • Conrad approached two pneumatically operated sliding glass doors.

    The Atlantis Prophecy

  • As she argued the Eurosceptic case with passionate pride in the way English democracy has developed since the Glorious Revolution of 1688, sitting in her black platform glamrock boots, black stockings and hot pants, she resembled nothing less than a leggy, pouting, pneumatically Eurosceptic John Redwood at the high point of his recent intervention in the EU Budget scrutiny debate.

    Spice Girls back sceptics on Europe

  • Still, the jiggly debriefing conducted in split-screen, so it was hard to tell where Scott's eyes were focused, ran along with a lengthy cheesecake montage of models in last year's show tackling, running pneumatically downfield and spanking one another.

    We Report, You Disrobe - Tuned In - TIME.com

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