Definition of Conceptually

1. Adverb. In a conceptual manner. "Conceptually, the idea is quite simple"

Partainyms: Conceptual



Definition of Conceptually

1. Adverb. In a conceptual manner ¹

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Definition of Conceptually

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conceptually

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conceptualisms
conceptualist
conceptualistic
conceptualists
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conceptuality
conceptualization
conceptualizations
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conceptualized
conceptualizer
conceptualizers
conceptualizes
conceptualizing
conceptually (current term)
conceptus
conceptuses
concern
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concern troll
concern trolls
concernancy
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concernedness
concerneth
concerning
concerningly
concerningness

Literary usage of Conceptually

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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"He means that the jorma nativa is not really (numerically) one and the same in omnibus, but only conceptually, ie by the consideration of the mind ; so much ..."

2. The Concept of Knowledge by Panayot Butchvarov (1970)
"conditional If it is false that (if p then usually q) then q is meaningless itself is conceptually true; for our concept of meaning may be such that, ..."

3. Superfund And Mining Megasites: Lessons from the Coeur D'alene River Basin by National Research Council (U. S.), Best, ebrary, Inc (2005)
"conceptually, therefore, the RLP is not proportional to metal mass available for leaching or erosion (that is, conceptually at least, two source types with ..."

4. Ontology, Or, The Theory of Being; an Introduction to General Metaphysics by Peter Coffey (1914)
"The similarity of really distinct individuals, which is the conceptual identity of their qualities, is the ground on which we conceptually identify their ..."

5. Commentary on the New Testament, Intended for Popular Use by Daniel Denison Whedon (1880)
"The king, conceptually, never dies, because he lives in his successor; this priest, conceptually, never dies, because he stands forever without a successor. ..."

6. The Human Worth of Rigorous Thinking: Essays and Addresses by Cassius Jackson Keyser (1916)
"... they find that the effectiveness of our dealing with the material world is precisely due to our dealing with it conceptually; they infer that, ..."

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