Definition of endemically in English:

endemically

adverb

See endemic

  • ‘We're saying this money saved is to be spent on health and education when we know it's going to countries that are institutionally and endemically corrupt.’
  • ‘Ever since my first encounter with French literature in my teens I have always thought French culture was endemically corrupt and devoid of any morality.’
  • ‘Crucially, it provides an account of why humans are so endemically prone to addictive behaviour.’
  • ‘The result is stagnation; with endemically low economic growth, and excessive government.’
  • ‘Many of the indigenous peoples were endemically rebellious and hard to contain, and the colonizers were endemically brutal in their determination to maintain control over them.’
  • ‘It's politics are still rooted in endemically corrupt factional patronage.’

Pronunciation

endemically

/ɛnˈdɛmɪk(ə)li/