Meaning of archetypally in English:



See archetypal

‘This tiny model carved from ivory symbolises the rebirth, or resurrection, that follows death or archetypally, all that is human.’
  • ‘The vaulted dining room on the ground-floor of a Renaissance palazzo is archetypally Florentine, with its white walls and grey cornices of pietra serena.’
  • ‘Tony Smith's work is all angles and crisp edges and, from the vantage point of the 21st century, archetypally masculine in form.’
  • ‘Upon a casual reading the poem seems archetypally romantic.’
  • ‘Traditional houses in villages and towns are archetypally wooden, surrounded by high fences and with latticed windows.’