Definition of oracularly in English:



See oracular

‘‘He already feels like a rumour,’ he oracularly concludes.’
  • ‘Isn't she telling the reader that she saw herself as a pawn, well before he supposedly pushed his face too close to hers, issued an oracularly loopy come-on, and put his hand on her thigh?’
  • ‘In 1959, in a letter to a friend, Marshall McLuhan oracularly announced the annulment of the organizing temporality created by the book and the tradition of reading it sustained.’



/ôˈrakyələrlē/ /ɔˈrækjələrli/