Definition of saliently in US English:

saliently

adverb

  • See salient

    • ‘Well the areas that were the most saliently activated are in inter-personal relational behaviours and cognitions.’
    • ‘Control beliefs concerning health promoting behaviors were most saliently expressed as being external to the individual.’
    • ‘The ideological intervention of teachers and other educators and cultural workers is likely to have a different impact than that of sections of the workforce less saliently engaged in ideological production and reproduction.’
    • ‘In effect, solving the development problem in Africa requires the crafting of political institutions that limit the discretion and authority of government and, more saliently, of individual actors within the government.’
    • ‘Molly may address us from a psychiatric hospital, yet the intelligence and insight of her monologues, most saliently when they describe her mental state, argue for her sanity.’