All Adverb
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  • I look upon myself to have more reason to be temporally afraid than eternally so. Cited from Answer to Dr. Priestley's Letters, Part I, by Matthew Turner
  • Since red is focused temporally, it appears to be in front.
  • It occurs when the first key word of the idea refers to something that happens temporally later than the second key word.
  • By this solution though, any given object always has all the properties throughout time, and the properties are merely temporally-specific.
  • And yet, temporally speaking, how grand were the results! Cited from The Continental Monthly, Vol. V, Apr, 1864, Number IV, by Various
  • However, the First Cause does not necessarily have to be temporally the first.
  • These stages are not temporally isolated, but occur throughout time as a constant process.
  • How then is one to decide that they have all the same temporally-indexed properties and relations?
  • Therefore these names are not applied to God temporally. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part I (Prima Pars), by Thomas Aquinas
  • Environmental change in the sea has a much lower frequency than on land, both temporally and spatially.
  • He also uses a special attack that knocks any enemy nearby, but it dizzies him temporally.
  • After doing so, the Dyradeizer will temporally appear and the player must destroy a certain section of it.
  • Many tracks were added temporally to transport the sand and rock from the excavation.
  • It was some moments before he realized fully that he had gained a respite, temporally at least. Cited from The Boy Scout Aviators, by George Durston
  • During this time he also began trafficking in narcotics which eventually lead to him temporally dropping out of school.
  • Let us be saints, then, if we can, whether or not we succeed visibly and temporally. Cited from Varieties of Religious Experience, by Wm. James
  • It helps to keep the mind on track in life both spiritually and temporally.
  • His arrival temporally cause those who were conspiring against him to cease their machinations.
  • However, functions of the brain are more temporally precise than the use of only rate encoding seems to allow.
  • He is also now able to form a vehicle out of hard light thanks to King's temporally evil brother, Duke.
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Meaning of temporally

  • adverb With regard to temporal order
    temporally processed