politically

politically
adv.
Politically is used with these adjectives: ↑acceptable, ↑accountable, ↑active, ↑advantageous, ↑ambitious, ↑astute, ↑aware, ↑biased, ↑challenging, ↑charged, ↑committed, ↑conscious, ↑conservative, ↑contentious, ↑controversial, ↑convenient, ↑correct, ↑corrupt, ↑costly, ↑damaging, ↑dangerous, ↑delicate, ↑desirable, ↑disastrous, ↑divisive, ↑dominant, ↑dubious, ↑effective, ↑embarrassing, ↑engaged, ↑expedient, ↑explosive, ↑feasible, ↑immature, ↑important, ↑impossible, ↑impotent, ↑inactive, ↑inconvenient, ↑incorrect, ↑indefensible, ↑independent, ↑ineffective, ↑inept, ↑inexperienced, ↑influential, ↑informed, ↑inspired, ↑irrelevant, ↑liberal, ↑literate, ↑loaded, ↑moderate, ↑motivated, ↑naive, ↑neutral, ↑oriented, ↑polarized, ↑popular, ↑powerful, ↑progressive, ↑prudent, ↑radical, ↑reactionary, ↑relevant, ↑responsible, ↑risky, ↑sensitive, ↑significant, ↑sophisticated, ↑stable, ↑subversive, ↑successful, ↑suicidal, ↑suspect, ↑unacceptable, ↑undesirable, ↑united, ↑unpopular, ↑unstable, ↑unthinkable, ↑useful, ↑viable, ↑volatile, ↑vulnerable, ↑weak
Politically is used with these verbs: ↑connect, ↑divide, ↑engage, ↑mobilize, ↑survive

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • Politically — Po*lit i*cal*ly, adv. 1. In a political manner. [1913 Webster] 2. Politicly; artfully. [Obs.] Knolles. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • politically — (adv.) 1580s, in a politic manner; 1630s in a political manner, from POLITIC (Cf. politic) or POLITICAL (Cf. political) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …   Etymology dictionary

  • politically — po|lit|i|cal|ly [ pə lıtıkli ] adverb ** in a political way: politically active student groups Recent scandals have weakened him politically. a politically motivated attack a politically damaging/embarrassing incident a politically sensitive… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • politically */*/ — UK [pəˈlɪtɪklɪ] / US adverb in a political way Recent scandals have weakened him politically. a politically damaging/embarrassing incident politically active student groups a politically motivated attack a politically sensitive issue …   English dictionary

  • politically — po|lit|ic|ally [pəˈlıtıkli] adv in a political way ▪ Women were becoming more politically active. ▪ a politically sensitive issue [sentence adverb] ▪ Politically, raising the minimum wage is good for the Democrats …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • politically — adverb in a political way: Women were becoming more politically active. | a politically motivated strike (sentence adverb): Politically, the organization was still very divided …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • politically — political UK US /pəˈlɪtɪkəl/ adjective ► GOVERNMENT, POLITICS relating to politics: »The financial crisis will determine the new government s political agenda for the next few years. »She became a candidate for the leadership of a major political …   Financial and business terms

  • politically — adverb 1. with regard to social relationships involving authority (Freq. 1) politically correct clothing • Derived from adjective: ↑political 2. with regard to government (Freq. 1) politically organized units • …   Useful english dictionary

  • politically — political ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to the government or public affairs of a country. 2) related to or interested in politics. 3) chiefly derogatory acting in the interests of status within an organization rather than on principle. DERIVATIVES… …   English terms dictionary

  • politically — adverb see political …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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