politically

All Adverb
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  • The island has been politically divided in two parts for centuries.
  • The government had hoped to make them a politically conservative land holding class.
  • This last group was more politically organised and came to rule over the others.
  • The generally agreed upon language border is, in other words, politically shaped.
  • At this time the country was inhabited by numerous politically independent native groups.
  • I was not so politically minded in those days as I am now.
  • It features a large politically liberal community along with numerous alternative health and intellectual organizations.
  • It is one of the most politically liberal cities in the United States.
  • Gokhale continued to be politically active through the last years of his life.
  • Oklahoma has been politically conservative for much of its history, especially recently.
  • On one hand, the two movements have much in common politically.
  • In recent years, its residents have become more politically active, voting in state and national elections.
  • All prisoners were politically involved or otherwise important to the Dutch people.
  • Politically, she was a liberal, who felt sympathy for social issues and for the working class movement.
  • The man told Human Rights Watch that he was not politically active.
  • Politically, the future site of Great Falls passed through numerous hands in the 19th century.
  • He has been politically active in various movements in the past, such as the Free Speech movement.
  • People who are politically active, especially in party politics.
  • This is the only fully developed politically oriented song on the album.
  • He remained politically active through the late 1970s and 1980s.
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Meaning of politically

  • adverb With regard to social relationships involving authority
    politically correct clothing
  • adverb With regard to government
    politically organized units