Definition of fourthly in English:

fourthly

adverb

  • In the fourth place (used to introduce a fourth point)

    ‘fourthly, and last, there are variations in context that influence the process’
    • ‘Or fourthly, and probably the best option in your case, is to go back to America, where life will be simpler for you.’
    • ‘Therefore, fourthly, is it sufficient for this court to say that it is as convinced as it can be that these two people were honest?’
    • ‘And fourthly, the moral ramifications of taking a persons' life as a form of punishment are extremely complex.’
    • ‘And, fourthly, it is clear that the social and economic demands being made upon people are higher both personally and generally than before.’
    • ‘And, fourthly, those who did not meet the criteria for an appointment are monitored by their doctor and should their conditions change are referred back to their specialists.’
    • ‘Firstly, the coach and employee agree what the goals of coaching are; secondly, they analyse the present position/reality; thirdly they explore the available options; fourthly they identify and commit to a course of action.’
    • ‘Secondly, to stop paramilitary activities, thirdly significant disarmament, and fourthly, a public statement that conflict is over.’
    • ‘First of all, pest control; secondly, its traditional role within rural areas; thirdly, it was claimed to be a provider of local employment and, fourthly, it was seen to have a social or recreational function within these areas.’
    • ‘And fourthly, it doesn't build women's capacity to deal with potential exploitation to pre-departure trainings and seminars and the like.’
    • ‘And fourthly, are the directors trying to do too much?’
    • ‘And fourthly, medicine, in all due respect, is like going back to the horse and buggy days when it comes to the use of information technology.’
    • ‘And fourthly I look forward to going through the rest of the site.’
    • ‘And then fourthly, we need greater awareness on the part of the parents.’
    • ‘If I was hearing the case, and able to establish that firstly, the man was hungry; secondly, that he was a first offender; thirdly, that the food was retrieved; and fourthly, that he was unemployed; I would have given him a warning.’
    • ‘Four issues are therefore addressed: firstly, the power of knowing who you are; secondly, discovering what matters most to you; thirdly, doing something about what matters most and fourthly, a broader view on what matters most.’
    • ‘And, fourthly, we have the involvement of the Norwegian facilitators, and that has made a considerable difference.’
    • ‘And, fourthly, a reliable record of atrocities is established, so that future generations may be made fully aware of the events, and remember the victims.’
    • ‘And, fourthly, that, in any event, such act or conduct as was committed by the Defendant was committed by her without any reasonable excuse.’

Pronunciation:

fourthly

/ˈfɔːθli/