Definition of prismatically in US English:

prismatically

adverb

  • See prismatic

    • ‘One of the seven wonders of the natural world, sitting there in front of me as the sun rose up behind my back and illuminated the roaring sparkling clean water of the Niagara River, prismatically blowing apart the visible spectrum.’
    • ‘Because Minton's general expressions can be used for any shape, it is also straightforward to consider the proteins as cylindrical instead of prismatically shaped.’
    • ‘Rimbaud boldly manipulates Warhol's voice in befitting manner, filtering the artist's voice prismatically in varying ways.’
    • ‘In texture and size they look, at first glance, like very close-grained, asymmetric versions of one of Bridget Riley's prismatically divided, coloured abstracts.’

Pronunciation

prismatically

/-ik(ə)lē/