Definition of synecdochically in English:

synecdochically

adverb

  • See synecdoche

    • ‘He argues that the detective is like the ‘cognitive hero,’ an ‘agent of recognition, reduced synecdochically to the organ of visual perception, the eye,’ seeking to understand the universe.’
    • ‘Likewise, at very purposeful points, Barnes is depicted with eyes that are optically printed as angry red points - synecdochically cast as ‘the essence of evil: wrath, obsession, anger, fear, hatred, [and] permanence’.’
    • ‘Reality arrives synecdochically, in sharply limned phenomena and events that act as object lessons.’

Pronunciation

synecdochically

/sɪnɛkˈdɒkɪk(ə)li/