orally : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  (of drugs) through the mouth rather than through injection; by_mouth
    he was administered the drug orally
  • r  by spoken rather than written means

  • Last week the great problem of taking insulin orally was reported about overcome.
  • You have orally informed us that you would in fact place a harmless insect such as a catapiller in the box with him.
  • Afterward, the papers were removed and the 40 volunteers were asked to recall, orally, the place names and the names of the people coming to the party.
News & Articles


  • Barney Frank in AFP
    We're about to see the great majority of Republicans deliver both orally and then by their votes a stunning vote of no confidence,Frank said.
  • Don Lucia in Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Basically, it rules out some of the bad stuff,Lucia said. "They are still trying to pinpoint [my illness], but they have a pretty good idea. I'm hopeful that whatever I have can be treated orally."
  • Ted Saskin in Seattle Times
    The league presented a written proposal with minor variations of concepts that were presented orally by the NHL last Thursday,Saskin said. "We told the league last week and again today that their multilayered salary-cap proposals were not...

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