architecturally

All Adverb
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  • The district consists of and includes a broad range of architecturally significant resources.
  • Its solid stone construction has made it architecturally important, and it has been named a historic site.
  • Some buildings along the road, however, are considered to be architecturally important and interesting.
  • Architecturally, it is considered one of the most beautiful railway stations in India.
  • This working/small industry background has however, left little behind architecturally.
  • His former house is described as the oldest and most architecturally unique house in the historic district.
  • Over the years the house has seen many changes architecturally.
  • A chapel was built that was later replaced by an architecturally significant church.
  • The district has a number of architecturally-significant homes built in the early 20th century.
  • The station was not architecturally distinguished and was built above street level.
  • The park's vicinity has seen the construction of numerous architecturally significant buildings.
  • Many people felt that the interior of the building was more valuable architecturally.
  • They also said that much could be done architecturally to fit the station into its surroundings.
  • The campus is known both for its large live oak trees as well as its architecturally historic buildings.
  • Architecturally the Old Hall has changed very little over the years.
  • Today the building is the most architecturally significant in the district.
  • The buildings of the college are architecturally in the same style as the new parish church of the same date.
  • It is architecturally significant for being part of the largest court buildings in Australia constructed to a single design.
  • The design itself was architecturally intended to be up to date.
  • Architecturally, the village is now considered an example of American Federal style.
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Meaning of architecturally

  • adverb With regard to architecture
    this building is ugly, but architecturally interesting