Definition of pluralistically in English:



  • See pluralistic

    • ‘The bagpipe is a pluralistically singular instrument, the music of which is either liked or loathed.’
    • ‘What are analytic-, systemic-, eclectic-, or pluralistically-minded therapists to make of this?’
    • ‘Dependent origination is not a theory of causation with respect to bringing about a pluralistically real world.’
    • ‘Using this methodology, his conclusion was that power was distributed pluralistically in New Haven.’
    • ‘The triplets assert difference and sameness, repression and expression, in an identity that is pluralistically unique and individually complicated.’