logically : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  according to logical reasoning
    logically, you should now do the same to him
  • r  in a logical manner
    he acted logically under the circumstances

  • His startling conclusion: "Zombiism exists and is a societal phenomenon that can be explained logically.
  • Citing Bush's cratering job-approval rating, the in-character Colbert argued, "Does that not also logically mean that 68% of Americans approve of the job he's not doing?".
  • Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman were friends, logically enough.
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  • Terry Francona in InsideTheIvy.com (subscription)
    When you say 'another option,' I guess I'd have to say what would the option be?'Francona said. "We sat down and tried to talk through it logically, and I guess we felt like this was the best thing to do. You're talking about a guy that...
  • Urban Meyer in Forbes
    I think the BCS has done the best they possibly could in a very difficult situation,Meyer said. "For anybody who thinks logically, it's not the best system, but it's probably the best at this time."
  • Miguel Angel Moratinos in Reuters
    Moratinos said the release of the prisoners "logically has to help (Cuba's) relations with the United States, because now there is no excuse."

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