Definition of vernally in English:

vernally

adverb

  • See vernal

    • ‘Approximately two acres of vernally significant ephemeral drainages and pools have been noted in the Blue Oak-Gray Pine Woodland.’
    • ‘The music is touching, melodic, vernally new-minted, ululating slides adding to the freshened mysticism of the music.’
    • ‘Demonstrating its ability to get vernally cute, the Board of Trade had called the derationing of clothes ‘Operation Godiva.’’
    • ‘The periphery of vernal pools, seeps, and vernally moist locales are favored by this primitive fern.’
    • ‘Between these extremes we collected in low-mid elevation riparian areas and vernally moist meadows.’