Definition of "fundamentally" [fun•da•men•tal•ly]

  • To the very core of the matter (adverb)

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Use "fundamentally" in a sentence
  • "- Force the administration to officially red flag nations whose currencies are undervalued for long periods with the term "fundamentally misaligned currency.""
  • "In cheese circles, though, our article has sparked much debate about what the term fundamentally means, and whether disagreements about affinage are ultimately just disagreements about semantics."
  • "- Force the administration to officially red-flag nations whose currencies are undervalued for long periods with the term "fundamentally misaligned currency.""