cerebrally cerebrally  /sə ˈrib rə li/

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) in an intellectual manner
  2. (adv) in the brain

Usage(s):

  1. After being envised and cerebrally malleated by 1.
  2. But while the course was cerebrally engaging, socially it was a dud.

News

  1. Pats’ McCourty making most of season

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – It took Devin McCourty a matter of seconds to sprint from the hashmarks to the sideline before leaping in front of an unsuspecting receiver. Hanging in the air and falling out of bounds, the New England safety cerebrally served up a perfectly placed pass for his teammate to haul in for a pivotal fourth-quarter interception. It was just another play for McCourty. His teammates ...
    on November 1, 2013     Source: The Nashua Telegraph

  2. Patriots report: McCourty finds niche at safety

    FOXBORO, Mass. It took Devin McCourty a matter of seconds to sprint from the hashmarks to the sideline before leaping in front of an unsuspecting receiver. Hanging in the air and falling out of bounds, the New England safety cerebrally served up a perfectly placed pass for his teammate to haul in for a pivotal fourth-quarter interception. It was just another play for McCourty. His teammates ...
    on November 1, 2013     Source: The Norwich Bulletin

Quotes

  1. "Games like chess and shooting are mentally stimulating games. I think, we as a nation, are more cerebrally inclined towards such games," Bhatnagar, 37, told IANS in an interview.
    on Aug 26, 2007 By: Vikram Bhatnagar Source: Mangalorean.com

  2. "The way I look at it in the end is if we can shoot that poorly from the free-throw line, our guards not play as well as I thought they have cerebrally, and overcoming Joseph's injury against a quality team," Izzo said, "I think we should...
    on Dec 10, 2006 By: Tom Izzo Source: Daily Herald

  3. "I think he's got a little bit more savvy and a little bit more game, as they say," Wyle says. "In the first [film], he was cerebrally impressive and physically deficient. In the second, he's had a bit of training; he's done a couple of...
    on Nov 30, 2006 By: Noah Wyle Source: Newsday

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