Definition of Phonically

1. Adverb. In accordance with the principles of phonics. ¹



2. Adverb. Phonetically; in a manner related to the sound of a word rather than its spelling. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Phonically

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phonically

phonetized
phonetizes
phonetizing
phoneward
phonewise
phoneword
phonewords
phoney
phoneyed
phoneying
phoneys
phoniatric
phoniatrics
phonic
phonic spasm
phonically (current term)
phonicator
phonicators
phonics
phonied
phonier
phonies
phoniest
phonily
phoniness
phoninesses
phoning
phonino
phono
phono-

Literary usage of Phonically

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1. An English Grammar Conformed to Present Usage: With an Objective Method of by Alfred Holbrook (1873)
"Spelled, orthographically (naming the letters), p, i, n, and phonically ... Spelled, orthographically, t, h, r, o, u, g, h; phonically, th, r, o. ..."

2. Ohio Educational Monthly by Ohio Education Association (1883)
"Pupils should be required to spell words both literally and phonically. A word is spelled literally by naming the letters of which it consists in their ..."

3. The Ohio Educational Monthly and the National Teacher: A Journal of Education by Ohio State Teachers Association (1883)
"Pupils should be required to spell words both literally and phonically. A word is spelled literally by naming the letters of which it consists in their ..."

4. The "Standard-alphebet" Problem Or the Preliminary Subject of a General by Robert Moffat (1864)
"(5) But, phonically, the peculiar Sanskrit linguals are said by linguists ... (6) Moreover, phonically, the peculiar Arabic linguals are said to be actually ..."

5. Technology Review by Massachusetts Institute of Technology Association of Class Secretaries, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alumni Association (1899)
"He says that Europe is almost undeveloped, "tele- phonically speaking."—AG Labbé is assistant manager for the Willamette Iron & Steel Works at Portland, ..."

6. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1910)
"In general the 'Yigdal' is sung anti- phonically by the bazzan and congregation alternately. A Yigdal tune was successfully used in the music of the York ..."

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