From King Dictionary of Contemporary English musically mu‧sic‧ally / ˈmjuːzɪkli / adverb 1 APM in a way that is related to music It’s not as good a show, musically, as ‘The Most Happy Fella’. 2 C APM in a way that sounds like music A small fountain splashed musically in the courtyard. Examples from the Corpus musically • He's a genius, both intellectually and musically. • The new album sees the band growing musically. • All this was my real growing up musically. • None of us will ever have anything that will mean as much as Fleetwood Mac, musically. • A combination of history, tradition and resources makes it possible for the cathedral to set high standards, musically as well as liturgically. • Now we have an Otello that, musically at least, is outstanding. • Bebop differed from swing and rhythm & blues not just musically but in the players' attitude toward their audience. • Small vertical pianos, especially the compact but musically compromised spinet, now constitute a negligible portion of the piano business. • Because of his success in Hollywood, Korngold's music seems to breed a sense of unease among the musically established. • The perspective is very musically judged. • The birds twittered musically outside.