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  • But still you take a great interest in other people psychologically. Cited from Love's Shadow, by Ada Leverson
  • I have again and again considered the view that we must wait for the psychologically right moment.
  • Environmental causes are more psychologically based thus making them more closely related.
  • In addition, these effects are greater when the individual being compared to is psychologically close to one.
  • She said that she might not be psychologically fit for the show.
  • Yet, psychologically, our interest depends entirely upon our own connection with the results. Cited from Analyzing Character, by Katherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb
  • However, he lost a son and this caused him to ruin down psychologically.
  • But the one which we face here is psychologically the most interesting. Cited from The Photoplay, by Hugo Muensterberg
  • His question seems 'psychologically impossible' to critics, who have probably never asked it themselves. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: Acts, by Maclaren
  • These become, psychologically speaking, a portion of himself, and stand with him against the world at large. Cited from Sex and Society, by William I. Thomas
  • Psychologically speaking, there are no saints among us to set the standard for others. Cited from How To Study and Teaching How To Study, F. McMurry
  • How frequently and hastily we build things out is shown by a simple but psychologically important game. Cited from Criminal Psychology, by Hans Gross
  • Psychologically, what makes for good thinking makes for good study. Cited from How to Teach, by George Drayton Strayer and Naomi Norsworthy
  • Both parents suffer psychologically, and the money is given to their younger son to pay for his education.
  • No attempt has been made in this volume to discuss the boy psychologically or otherwise. Cited from The Boy and the Sunday School, by John L. Alexander
  • Younger elementary students who are not psychologically fully developed may not see any additional benefit to extended days.
  • He almost slays the entire team and is also able to get deep inside their heads psychologically.
  • Lewis prepared me psychologically for something that was way outside my comfort zone.
  • Individuals are part of a culture and are therefore psychologically shaped by that culture.
  • I cannot account for this psychologically; I only am sure that it was so, because she said it. Cited from Life of Charlotte Bronte, V2, by E. C. Gaskell
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Meaning of psychologically

  • adverb With regard to psychology
    war that caught them in its toils either psychologically or physically, the event was very damaging to the child psychologically
  • adverb In terms of psychology
    classify poetry psychologically