Definition of Modally. Meaning of Modally. Synonyms of Modally

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Definition of Modally

Modally
Modally Mo"dal*ly, adv. In a modal manner. A compound proposition, the parts of which are united modally . . . by the particles ``as' and ``so.' --Gibbs.

Meaning of Modally from wikipedia

- Modal may refer to: Modal (textile), a textile made from spun cellulose fiber Modal analysis, the study of the dynamic properties of structures under...
- Modality may refer to: Modality (theology), the organization and structure of the church, as distinct from sodality or parachurch organizations Modality...
- A modal verb is a type of verb that is used to indicate modality – that is: likelihood, ability, permission, request, capacity, suggestions, order, obligation...
- Modal logic is a collection of formal systems originally developed and still widely used to represent statements about necessity and possibility. For...
- Modal voice is the vocal register used most frequently in speech and singing in most languages. It is also the term used in linguistics for the most common...
- International Phonetic Alphabet has distinct letters for many voiceless and modally voiced pairs of consonants (the obstruents), such as [p b], [t d], [k ɡ]...
- Stimulus modality, also called sensory modality, is one aspect of a stimulus or what is perceived after a stimulus. For example, the temperature modality is...
- ****ociated with voiceless stops. They contrast with both modally voiced /b, d, ɡ/ and modally voiceless /p, t, k/ in French borrowings, as well as aspirated...
- for computer applications, a modal window is a graphical control element subordinate to an application's main window. A modal window creates a mode that...
- Modal jazz is jazz that makes use of musical modes often modulating among them to accompany the chords instead of relying on one tonal center used across...
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