Definition of idealistically in English:

idealistically

adverb

  • See idealistic

    • ‘‘It sounds idealistically trite now,’ she says.’
    • ‘Rather, they idealistically tend to believe that we should use our unparalleled military power judiciously and in concert with the United Nations.’
    • ‘I mean, there is, I think a sense in the country that promoting liberty is the right place for America to be both idealistically and practically.’
    • ‘I suppose I have been guilty myself of expediency, in being less than idealistically all-embracing of the boat-people issue!’
    • ‘I idealistically said that money was not a factor.’

Pronunciation

idealistically

/ʌɪˌdiːəˈlɪstɪk(ə)li/