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  • The company was doing well financially and all seemed to be going well.
  • Some of his most financially successful films for the studio were during this period.
  • All my life, the only man who ever took care of me financially was my father.
  • These films, while not considered the team's best work, were financially very successful.
  • Star Wars remains one of the most financially successful films of all time.
  • During this period, he met a woman who supported him financially.
  • It did considerably better financially than the previous film, again setting new box office records.
  • Her father, who approved of her career choice, tried to help her and supported her financially.
  • The discovery of coal on some land which he had acquired made him financially independent.
  • I had nothing to gain from it financially as I did the film for free.
  • His annual wages were sufficient to allow him to help support his parents financially.
  • He moved into her New York City apartment and she supported him financially.
  • The album became more successful than her previous self-titled album, both financially and critically.
  • The remaining family soon lost their comfortable middle-class status and struggled financially.
  • The railway was never financially successful and the official receiver was called in only four years after opening.
  • He continued selling drugs after the birth to support his daughter financially.
  • His family was financially stable given the circumstances of this time period.
  • Women, especially, are becoming more and more financially independent which allows them to feel more secure with being alone.
  • Brown now found himself able to support himself financially for the first time, as he received new commissions.
  • When that happened they were, financially, taken over by the province.
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Meaning of financially

  • adverb From a financial point of view
    this was financially unattractive