Definition of viscerally in English:

viscerally

adverb

  • See visceral

    • ‘In these lineaments, the figure spoke viscerally of situations of dominance and slavery, it demonstrated men as machines rather than as gods, women as victims rather than as goddesses.’
    • ‘Marlowe may have been of this world, but he was also in it: emotionally, viscerally and - more so for him than for other men - bloodily.’
    • ‘They understand viscerally, in a way that we cannot, that a dollar is nothing but paper and an electronic bank account denominated in dollars is something even less.’
    • ‘We came together out of a desire to make protest more appealing - visually, physically, emotionally, viscerally, etc.’
    • ‘A napalmed Vietnamese girl running down a road, a young American with his insides spilling out - such images viscerally showed the horror of war.’