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  • This was his only financially successful band; he left it to spend more time with his wife and family.
  • He was never financially secure until his daughter became a best-selling novelist.
  • He would have to pull out of Columbia when he could not financially support himself.
  • He also said paying for his legal defense destroyed him financially.
  • France and Britain both suffered financially because of the war, with significant long-term consequences.
  • It is the first Free Theatre to be supported financially by the government.
  • If the parents were financially able, the child went even before he learned to read or write if the opportunity was present.
  • Such technology is not yet developed, let alone financially feasible at the moment.
  • This family does suffer social isolation, even though the family is somewhat well-off financially.
  • Despite his medical condition, the family managed fairly well financially throughout the Great Depression.
  • However, numerous problems financially and creatively led to the company losing its lead.
  • The Crawford production ran for nine months and was far more successful financially than the original.
  • The film performed well financially on its initial release.
  • The league struggled to make money, and various teams moved into different cities in an attempt to be successful financially.
  • Evening classes were now expected to be financially self-sufficient.
  • The organization does not have a legal personality and is required to be financially self-sufficient.
  • Further expansion over the years into different buildings allowed the company to expand into new markets and grow financially.
  • People that were financially high in status also wore them.
  • The film was not successful financially and received mixed reviews from critics.
  • President George Washington generally supported Hamilton's program for a financially strong national government.
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Meaning of financially

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