governmentally governmentally  /ˈɡə vər ˌmɛn tə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) by government

Usage(s):

  1. We need to save more, both governmentally and as private citizens.
  2. But there are only twelve million gallons of governmentally bonded whiskey in distillery warehouses.
  3. A governmentally imposed compulsion to say something in a newspaper is an unconstitutional price for exercising First Amendment rights.

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Quotes

  1. "Governmentally, 2007 for Illinois was a bust. We continue to economically, ethically and educationally spiral downward," Dillard said. "It's a pretty sad picture."
    on Dec 24, 2007 By: Kirk Dillard Source: Journal Gazette and Times-Courier

  2. "It is the height of irresponsibility, both governmentally and morally, for members of the Assembly to hold hostage the health, safety and fiscal well-being of Suffolk's 1.5 million citizens because I won't build a hiring hall for undocumented...
    on Jun 25, 2007 By: Steve Levy Source: New York Times

  3. "I'd like to think that is true, that I have brought in some business for Ice Miller and I've had some success doing that," Schillerstrom said. "But there is no relationship between what I do governmentally and what Ice Miller does."
    on Jul 18, 2007 By: Bob Schillerstrom Source: Chicago Daily Herald

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