Definition of ideologically in US English:

ideologically

adverb

  • In a way that relates to ideas or an ideology, especially of a political or economic nature.

    ‘ideologically driven economic policies’
    • ‘Like subject matter, form is always ideologically charged.’
    • ‘Although these civil liberties directives appear to favor freedom of speech, it is a freedom that is ideologically determined.’
    • ‘These works are ideologically charged to the point of being propagandistic.’
    • ‘The show's use of parody also protected it from accusations of being ideologically conservative.’
    • ‘She would not like to be a party to these ideologically motivated reactions to his works.’
    • ‘They are ideologically opposed to genetic enhancement.’
    • ‘We have candidates now who are closer ideologically than any two candidates I can remember in my time.’
    • ‘Ideologically, the shift from top-down to collaborative regulatory authority is significant.’
    • ‘Coalition parties will be ideologically close.’
    • ‘The regime not only refused to publish writers it found ideologically unacceptable, but also made it impossible for them to get decent jobs.’

Pronunciation

ideologically

/ˈˌīdēəˈläjək(ə)lē/