[ UK /vˈa‍ɪtə‍li/ ]
[ US /ˈvaɪtəɫi/ ]
  1. to a vital degree
    this is vitally important
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How To Use vitally In A Sentence

  • This is vitally important to them because gradually their veins collapse, infect, become obtunded and useless. NYC health dept. needled over 'heroin how-to' flier
  • You are important to me, and firsthand inquiry informs me that you are vitally important to your flock.
  • Furthermore, the job description is also vitally important so that candidates then know what is required.
  • Anyone whose life has been touched by cancer will be aware of the vitally important work of Macmillan nurses.
  • From the first days of their courtship, his wife had been a woman vitally erotic, playfully taunting.
  • Above right: Water chemistry is vitally important.
  • As a result of this, obeying the rules of e-mail etiquette has become vitally important.
  • Education services, of course, are a vitally important aid to parents in providing schooling and ancillary services. Introduction to Social Administration in Britain
  • But commoners realize all too well that community structures and social relationships are vitally important in creating wealth, not to mention a humane society.
  • This symmetry is vitally important to the other two regulatory schemes because the usual false advertising scenario involves someone challenging nice things that the advertiser says about itself. Archive 2009-04-01
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