Definition of contextually in English:



  • See contextual

    • ‘The proliferation of Native American literature in the late 20th century has revealed Indian reality to be a contextually interrelated matrix.’
    • ‘This encyclopedia is a monumental, international, ecumenical, contextually written collection of articles dealing with 2,000 years of history.’
    • ‘In the text, all definitions of race call out to be judged contextually, in terms of the strategic purposes they serve.’
    • ‘At the same time, avoidance can contextually become the subject of jokes.’
    • ‘Pragmatics is traditionally concerned with the contextually conditioned interpretation of an expression.’