Definition of vocally in English:

vocally

Pronunciation /ˈvōk(ə)lē/ /ˈvoʊk(ə)li/

adverb

  • 1Using the voice.

    ‘the performers did not project vocally as well they might have done’
    ‘females vocally interacted with their mates’
    • ‘The singers generate all sounds vocally.’
    • ‘The American music educationist produced a vocally based method, which has been influential in several countries, especially among teachers of younger children.’
    • ‘Many species of animals are able to vocally communicate with humans and dwarves in the novel, which is not possible on our planet.’
    • ‘The comic-characters can't speak vocally, only through speech-bubbles that have to be read.’
    • ‘Is "Be bop-a-lula" a line of lyrics or just an essentially nonverbal transcription of musical sounds that just happen to be produced vocally?’
  • 2In a way that relates to singing.

    ‘it's amazing how singers can be so vocally and musically disciplined’
    • ‘Vocally the band meets all requirements to become successful.’
    • ‘The last song is a vocally layered gem, featuring the organ in a far more restrained mood.’
    • ‘These tracks are both musically tight and vocally accomplished, making the album an extremely pleasant listen.’
    • ‘In general, the gaggle of women scheming against Falstaff worked well with each other, complementing each other both vocally and dramatically.’
    • ‘He was vocally powerful when he needed to be and smooth and light at other times.’
  • 3By expressing opinions or feelings freely or loudly.

    ‘he vocally opposed the war’
    ‘Mary campaigned vocally for his release’
    • ‘For the rest of the tale, he serves as a messenger for the dwarves, even though he vocally disagrees with their plans.’
    • ‘Her family, however, protests more vocally than his.’
    • ‘He has been vocally bitter about his ouster while touting his new solo record.’
    • ‘That's roughly four times the amount that was spent in 1996, the year the last farm bill - product of a Congress vocally committed to "getting government out of farming" - came into being.’
    • ‘The once vocally anti-capitalist Language School - like most poetries - cannot imagine itself as being 'congruent with social production'.’

Pronunciation

vocally

/ˈvōk(ə)lē/ /ˈvoʊk(ə)li/