Definition of telegraphically in English:

telegraphically

adverb

  • See telegraphic

    • ‘In Boston, Alexander Graham Bell filed a patent for an invention capable of ‘transmitting vocal utterance telegraphically,’ the device that would come to be known as the telephone.’
    • ‘In two of the four cases the solicitors received signed mandates from the purported owners for the funds to be telegraphically transferred to a third party.’
    • ‘Because we've grown accustomed to films that relate plot telegraphically, this extended scene may feel like a tedious indulgence.’
    • ‘A few examples, telegraphically stated, must suffice here.’

Pronunciation

telegraphically

/tɛlɪˈɡrafɪkli/