numerically numerically  /nu ˈmɛ rɪk li/


  • (adv) in number; with regard to numbers


  1. The Mormon Church is by far the most numerically successful creed born on American soil and one of the fastest growing anywhere.
  2. To be even clearer, and to let the numbers talk, I did a second post here detailing his standing numerically at 100 days.
  3. It appears numerically impossible for her to overtake his lead among elected delegates.


  1. Could This Idiotic Product Help “The Internet Of Things” Go Mainstream?

    Egg Minder might be dumb product design, but as a piece of mass communication about web-connected products, it just might be genius. Pop quiz: how many eggs are in your refrigerator right now ? For most of us, there are three possible answers: Enough. Who cares. I don’t know, let me open the fridge and check. But if you crave the ability to know, urgently, specifically, and numerically, how many ...
    on July 17, 2013     Source: Fast Company Magazine

  2. NuForce Releases P-20 High Performance Preamp

    NuForce Releases P-20 High Performance Preamp Volume adjustment is achieved via a numerically controlled, switched-resistor ladder network, wherein a single thin-film, ultra-low-noise resistor is inserted in the signal path for each of the 99 discrete 0.5dB steps. Amplifier circuits are of all-discrete design, wherein speed is paramount. [...] capacitive circuit loading is minimized by the use ...
    on July 14, 2013     Source: Beaumont Enterprise


  1. Without Crandall's actions, the embattled men at Ia Drang would have died in much the same way - "cut off, surrounded by numerically superior forces, overrun and butchered to the last man," the infantry commander, Lt. Col. Harold Moore, wrote in...
    on Feb 23, 2007 By: Harold Moore Source: Forbes

  2. "We're facing a threat that we've never faced before in terms of their ability to come in and essentially replace every apple that we produce in this country numerically and at a much lower cost," said John Rice, a seventh-generation grower...
    on Jun 24, 2007 By: John Rice Source: Forbes

  3. "This is a heavily numerically driven process," said House Speaker Marco Rubio. "No one should vote in a state of confusion."
    on Oct 17, 2007 By: Marco Rubio Source: Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

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