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Definition of "canonically" []

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

Use "canonically" in a sentence
  • "If one is to read "canonically", one must address why the appropriate approach is to let John and the Nicene Creed be one's guide to Deuteronomy, rather than vice versa."
  • "They're not "canonically" or "perfectly" optimized - after all, some other mammals can only see two independent colors, not three, and the precise sensitive bands may be shifted - but it is a qualitative argument why it is more likely for organisms to have eyes that are sensitive to the electromagnetic radiation that is easily available rather than the "rare" forms of light."
  • "I sort of hope that Bp Gumbleton defies Bp Sample, is then deposed and excommunicated by Rome (however that's done, "canonically" of course)."