humanly humanly  /ˈhju mən li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in the manner of human beings

Usage(s):

  1. As little money as humanly, legally possible should go to their districts.
  2. In those instances, we need to make our margin of error as small as humanly possible.
  3. The amount of criticism she will receive if it does not appear she is doing everything humanly possible to help Obama get elected once the nomination is officially his.

News

  1. ATTARDO: History and fishing meld into Conneaut Lake

    Back before you and I were born - at least me anyway - a great glacier covered northwestern Pennsylvania and when the glacier retreated in the slow, scouring way that only great glaciers retreat, it formed Conneaut Lake. Today Conneaut (roughly pronounced con-EE-aught) is the state's largest natural lake, though it has been somewhat humanly enhanced. Both the fragmented glacier and Industrial ...
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The Mercury

  2. Wendy’s Frosty Licker Joins the Recent Trend of Fast Food Social Media Snafus

    Who really knows what goes on behind the scenes at fast food restaurants? I mean, who really knows? Sure, we all just assume that the people handling our food aren’t deriving pleasure from making it as disgusting as humanly possible …
    on June 14, 2013     Source: WebProNews

Quotes

  1. "We don't know the extent yet," Francona said. "I don't know that we have parameters. When we know the severity of it, then we'll have [an idea]. I think anybody who's been around Dustin would bet on him being quicker than anybody humanly...
    on Jun 26, 2010 By: Terry Francona Source: ESPN

  2. "The government of Canada feels it has a moral imperative to do everything in its power to help with the international relief and stabilisation efforts" in Haiti, MacKay told a news conference, "and to do so as quickly as humanly possible."
    on Jan 18, 2010 By: Peter MacKay Source: Jamaica Gleaner

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