Definition of mnemonically in English:


Pronunciation /-ik(ə)lē/


See mnemonic

‘One is the dual coding hypothesis that imaginal and verbal codes are mnemonically independent and, therefore, additive in their effects on item memory.’
  • ‘The author offers one particularly intriguing example of how this sort of mnemonically based representation could include activities that modern scholars would describe as portrait making.’
  • ‘Yes, that spells CAMP for you mnemonically disposed readers.’
  • ‘In such works as the Homeric epics, stock formulas served to maintain the rhythm of the verse and were mnemonically useful for performers and listeners alike.’
  • ‘I often felt he was treating readers as if they had almost no attention span or were mnemonically challenged.’