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Definition of "structurally" [structurally]

  • In a structural manner. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "structurally" in a sentence
  • "I'm told that under the national rating system, they use the term structurally impaired."
  • "Jenkins said when the Black Creek project is completed, Sutton Bridge Road will be closed at the current bridge, which he called structurally deficient."
  • "My half a theory says that geeks know stuff, and when you're more experienced and you know more, that's a pretty big imbalance built right in structurally, so if you want a comparatively balanced team or group, making the geek character younger means that they don't end up knowing everything."