Definition of dynastically in US English:

dynastically

adverb

  • See dynastic

    • ‘By competing dynastically and territorially with his European counterparts, especially Francis I, Henry VIII acknowledged settled convention and, even more obviously, popular demand.’
    • ‘The pressure was strong for her to make a dynastically advantageous marriage, and this seems to have led to tensions between mother and daughter.’
    • ‘The dynastically related western principality of Halych (Galicia) and Volyn resisted the Mongols and Tatars and became a Rus bastion through the fourteenth century.’
    • ‘It was not inevitable that they would never be recovered, and as an Angevin Henry was dynastically impelled to seek to regain his inheritance and restore the honour of his lineage.’
    • ‘She dynastically inherited her job as CEO of the auto parts business her father built from scratch.’

Pronunciation

dynastically

/dīˈnastiklē/