Definition of applicably in English:


Pronunciation /-blē/


See applicable

‘It is also necessary to take a close look at the experience of other States as well, which are far advanced in reforming their armies applicably to missions to be tackled in local wars and armed conflicts.’
  • ‘Each state selectable by the input variables in control unit 11 is applicably assigned an identifier.’
  • ‘Like her, Lisa is easily and applicably described as a singer's singer, though she has begun to work on her own compositions as well.’
  • ‘In 1954, the United States Supreme Court handed down its ruling in Brown v. Board of Education, and Lincoln University responded by opening its doors to all applicably meeting its entrance criteria.’
  • ‘The student, employee or visitor must make the university aware of his/her disability by presenting documentation applicably showing the disability and need for academic adjustment, auxiliary aids, accommodations, and services.’