socially

All Adverb
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  • She has performed at numerous socially aware events, and continues to do so.
  • He became socially isolated and kept his distance even from old friends and his ex-wife.
  • This type states that a person only remembers those people who are socially important.
  • Some studies also show that many popular students also make lower grades than less socially accepted kids.
  • She was active socially until poor health forced her retirement from work and any sort of public life in her final years.
  • The couple stopped talking to each other socially and discussed only musical matters.
  • The title is also commonly used socially by those holding a doctoral-level degree.
  • Socially, the young women came from different social backgrounds, but were all very poor.
  • These areas generally hold socially conservative views in line with that of the national Religious Right.
  • His government was very socially focused, dealing heavily with working class issues.
  • Having a cross racial friend has also been shown to give youth a higher status and feel more socially satisfied.
  • These places often include suburbs and are socially close to the core of the city.
  • Socially, the platform granted women more rights and poured money into education, especially in the rural areas.
  • Socially, New Jersey is considered one of the more liberal states in the nation.
  • Over the past four decades, Kansas has remained more socially conservative than many parts of the nation.
  • He drank and read a great deal, but almost never had guests or went out socially.
  • As a result, the socially optimal production level would be lower than that observed.
  • As a result, the socially optimal production level would be greater than that observed.
  • Finding him socially dull, she began to go out unaccompanied by her husband.
  • They were a socially conscious German rap group that released three top twenty albums.
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Meaning of socially

  • adverb By or with respect to society
    socially accepted norms
  • adverb In a social manner
    socially unpopular