Definition of grammatically in US English:

grammatically

adverb

  • 1In a way that relates to grammar or the rules of grammar.

    ‘the conversation will be grammatically analyzed’
    ‘grammatically correct sentences’
    • ‘Her sentences are grammatically correct and filled with literary treasures - metaphors, anecdotes and writing tips.’
    • ‘It's been years since I actually tried to recall the precise rules of creating grammatically correct sentences.’
    • ‘Grammatically, adverbs can modify various elements and take different positions within a sentence.’
    • ‘The fragmentary nature of the reference here turns this statement grammatically into a question.’
    • ‘The utterance works neither grammatically nor semantically.’
    • ‘The messages are grammatically imperfect, if not incomplete.’
    • ‘It was poorly formatted and grammatically incoherent.’
    • ‘In fact, it has many Latin words that are not found in other Romance languages, and is more grammatically complex.’
    • ‘All pages must be spell checked and grammatically correct.’
    • ‘The last sentence of your letter is grammatically incorrect.’
    1. 1.1 In accordance with the rules of the grammar of a language.
      ‘I can speak clearly and grammatically’
      • ‘They talk grammatically and are not socially aloof.’
      • ‘At school, we, the sons and daughters of European immigrants, were taught to write grammatically.’
      • ‘Even when there were policy divisions these had been expressed grammatically.’
      • ‘There are people who can no longer speak grammatically, even though they can comprehend others perfectly well.’
      • ‘Can you write clearly and somewhat grammatically?’
      • ‘They have trouble pronouncing words properly, speaking grammatically and making certain fine movements of the lips and the tongue.’
      • ‘General advice about writing grammatically and avoiding slang is fine.’
      • ‘People think they are speaking grammatically but they aren't.’
      • ‘They speak fluently and grammatically but convey little meaning and cannot understand spoken or written language.’
      • ‘I do not suffer fools gladly, especially not critics who can neither read accurately nor write grammatically.’

Pronunciation

grammatically

/ɡrəˈmadəklē//ɡrəˈmædəkli/