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Use "facially" in a sentence
"[Celeb Jihad] - Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler Are On Again Ignore User she is very cute facially, that is enough for mass appeal"
"In 2003, the Supreme Court, in the McConnell case, ruled this provision "facially" constitutional, meaning that it did not on its face violate the First Amendment or any other constitutional provision."
"Since he thought that a state could properly prevent doctors from aiding some people who wanted to die, he voted to sustain the statutes as not "facially" invalid."