[ UK /tˈæktɪkli/ ]
[ US /ˈtæktɪkəɫi/ ]
  1. with regard to tactics
    the tactically useful province is still firmly in the rebels' hands
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How To Use tactically In A Sentence

  • Now she's under attack from a whole gang of men, and tactically speaking it's a no-lose situation for her. Times, Sunday Times
  • Small candles were tactically nestled amongst the branches to be lit at night, representing the twinkling stars of the heavens.
  • In the past, we thought of joint operations as cobbling together a tactically - or even an operationally - effective force from various service components.
  • Thus no syntactically correct program in our restricted version occam can contain an execution error.
  • Tactically their operations were brilliant, with their innovatory use of artillery and storm troop-led infantry. The Times Literary Supplement
  • So which brother is the most tactically astute? Times, Sunday Times
  • The computer system could be programmed to require that Lana produce complete syntactically ordered strings of lexigrams arranged according to certain simple combinatorial rules.
  • And he clearly has a cool head tactically. The Sun
  • The Mullaitivu marathon® - LTTE tactically withdraws® from last major bastion, Eelam definitely on the way More Than 30,000 Tamil Civilians Feared Killed, People Bleed To Death on Streets in Tamil Eelam Kottu
  • Tactically, however, he is extremely flexible and is beholden to no particular system, encouraging simple, open football.
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