Definition of signally in English:

signally

adverb

  • See signal

    • ‘It's made me think hard about the moments where my own leadership has been signally lacking.’
    • ‘But he signally failed to sort out rates of migration to these islands, which have peaked after being consistently low for a quarter-century.’
    • ‘The Merovingians had signally failed to rule other peoples, or even themselves, and it was this system that Charles had inherited.’
    • ‘What is it that the fourth increase in interest rates is likely to achieve where the previous three have so signally failed?’
    • ‘By 1932 the gold standard had strayed so far from purity, so far from what it could and should have been, that its weakness contributed signally to its final breakdown in 1933.’

Pronunciation

signally

/ˈsɪɡnəli/