Definition of Figurally

1. [adv]



Figurally Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Figurally

figments
figo
figos
figpecker
figs
figulate
figuline
figulines
figurabilities
figurability
figurable
figural
figural aftereffect
figural blindness
figurally (current term)
figurant
figurante
figurantes
figurants
figurate
figurate number
figurate numbers
figurated
figurately
figuration
figurations
figurative
figuratively
figurativeness

Literary usage of Figurally

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1. Dante and the Book of the Cosmos by John G. Demaray (1987)
"Then on Mount La Verna in Italy in September, 1224, in an extraordinary re-enactment of biblical events originally occurring on Mt. Sion and figurally ..."

2. The Potters' Quarter: The Pottery by Agnes Newhall Stillwell, J. L. Benson (1984)
"The excavator chose to classify with larger plates several figurally decorated examples of comparable size with those presented here, and I have let this ..."

3. The Works of Roger Hutchinson by Roger Hutchinson, John Bruce (1842)
"Who doth not see that these things are to be taken figurally in God ? If the parts of man be verily in God, he hath a marvellous fist that holdeth all the ..."

4. Endocrine Evaluation by Ian Ramsey, Anna Tebb (2006)
"Interestingly, the aspect of setting up figurally reflected the ideas of the 2"d year group which refrained from Wizard of Oz activities. 6. ..."

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