Meaning of situationally in English:


Pronunciation /sɪtʃʊˈeɪʃ(ə)n(ə)li/


See situational

‘Exposure to the particular stimulus provokes anxiety, which may include a situationally bound panic attack.’
  • ‘With the more amorphously defined 'public order' offences, criteria of what constitutes a disturbance are situationally variable.’
  • ‘We constantly monitor communications to keep ourselves situationally aware of what is going on around us.’
  • ‘We have a lot of messy rules made up situationally over a long period of time.’
  • ‘Many children talked about news stories in which they seemed situationally interested.’