Definition of influentially in English:



See influential

‘Most influentially, Walter Scott managed it here, but did it have the desired result?’
  • ‘Both wrote influentially in the mid-1940's and through my reading for this paper, I discovered that they had already articulated the main issues which I was struggling to formulate.’
  • ‘Instead these reside in real people; the company's shareholders, employees, customers and, most influentially, senior management.’
  • ‘The advertisements were widely and influentially published in many newspapers and financial magazines in April and May 1999.’
  • ‘Benedict Anderson has argued influentially that the nation is an imagined community.’