Definition of actuarially in English:

actuarially

adverb

  • See actuarial

    • ‘Young people are actuarially cheaper to insure than older people.’
    • ‘There is something depressing about a lifestyle casualty, someone whose boozing and smoking bring about the actuarially predictable consequences.’
    • ‘Taking pensions early will have an impact on the amount of pension payable, which will be actuarially reduced.’
    • ‘He remembers, in his first run for office, being promised more votes from the area than was actuarily possible.’
    • ‘Pension plans are legislated to be actuarily sound, whereas Ponzi schemes couldn't meet any test of actuarial soundness.’

Pronunciation

actuarially

/aktʃʊˈɛːrɪəli/