Definition of parentally in English:

parentally

adverb

See parental

‘The social awareness film focuses responsibly on the psychological affects on children of the parentally incarcerated.’
  • ‘Fines would be levied for parentally condoned truancy, to prevent truancy worsening or to combat persistent late arrival.’
  • ‘Parentally incubated eggs were not infected, suggesting that incubation limits infection.’
  • ‘We're too young to be completely written off, but too old to be parentally cajoled.’
  • ‘I had never had so much parentally sanctioned fun.’

Pronunciation

parentally

/pəˈren(t)(ə)lē/ /pəˈrɛn(t)(ə)li/