Definition of tangibly in US English:

tangibly

adverb

  • See tangible

    • ‘Jesus is not only seated at the right hand of the Father, but is visibly and tangibly present in and to the world through the church.’
    • ‘History books will tell us if these two days were the frontpiece of a missed military opportunity or whether the feeling that conflict was tangibly close was simply the result of media interpretation.’
    • ‘It is a place tangibly brushed with the romance of the great days of travel: of piles of trunks, of porters, of romantic separations and of chance encounters.’
    • ‘And they can learn a lot from a curriculum that itself contributes tangibly to the well-being of the community.’
    • ‘In any event, state decision-makers will have to be moved by expressions of popular sentiment tangibly marked by active demonstration.’

Pronunciation

tangibly

/ˈtanjəblē/