tactically

All Adverb
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  • Tactically he got it spot on every change he made the right one.
  • Limited range and speed, especially underwater, made these weapons difficult to use tactically.
  • A tactically well run race in the final and a strong finish lead him to third place and his first major senior medal.
  • Stones are considered tactically connected if no move by the opposing player could prevent them from being connected.
  • While the latter turn was smaller and tactically sound, it was more dangerous as it involved turning towards the other two ships.
  • Tactically the battle was something less than a model.
  • Tactically, the battle presents some interesting features, and involves one issue which is still living to-day. Cited from The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, 1660-1783, Alfred Thayer Mahan
  • This is, of course, tactically one of the worst situations that people can get into. Cited from Malakand Field Force, by Winston S. Churchill
  • The latter believed that they were winning tactically, when they had long since been conquered strategically. Cited from German Classics of The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, by Francke
  • It is intended to teach players in-game strategies and how to play tactically with their team.
  • While tactically a draw, the battle was a strategic victory for the Union.
  • The series focuses on using cover to tactically engage the enemy in battle to avoid taking damage.
  • He quickly built up a reputation as a "strong-minded, tactically-aware coach."
  • Tactically it was one of the most brilliant submarine attacks of the war in terms of range.
  • As Jukempo became tactically less interesting, it moved to a ground fighting method.
  • I don't mess with him, he works well tactically.
  • The ground forces were tactically organized into seven divisions.
  • Strategically, this scheme is less valuable than the other two; tactically, more so. Cited from The Navy as a Fighting Machine, by Bradley A. Fiske
  • Officers were often politically appointed and not regarded as tactically competent by their men.
  • Those who never "take a pull" at the front will likely find other skaters tactically working together to defeat them.
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Meaning of tactically

  • adverb With regard to tactics
    the tactically useful province is still firmly in the rebels' hands