Definition of vulnerably in English:

vulnerably

adverb

  • See vulnerable

    • ‘It's a powerfully refreshing and vulnerably human moment.’
    • ‘The figures stand vulnerably palms out - ready for contact with the viewer.’
    • ‘They seem lost in their memories and frequently look pained by time and the twentieth century: troubled by roads and ceaseless changes; made vulnerably quaint.’
    • ‘For example, Edward Herrmann portrays Hearst so subtly and vulnerably that it took me 3/4 of the film to realize that he was a man of great power and that people feared him.’
    • ‘This meant flying vulnerably low to obtain accuracy, but from January 1944 radar enabled Allied aircraft to lay them accurately from altitudes of up to 4,600m.’