What is another word for orally?

Pronunciation: [ˈɔːɹə͡li] (IPA)

Orally is a word that refers to communication that is spoken or conveyed by word of mouth. However, there are several synonyms that you can use instead of orally to add variety and interest to your writing or speech. Other words that can be used as synonyms for orally include verbally, vocally, by voice, by word of mouth, and by mouth. Additionally, one could use the term spoken or said to convey the same meaning. Each of these words can be used in different contexts to express ideas and convey messages. By using synonyms for the word orally, you can avoid repetition and make your writing more diverse and engaging.

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Usage examples for Orally

The teacher has only himself clearly to perceive them; and then, divesting the truths of those unnecessary technicalities which are sometimes, it is feared, used very improperly and unnecessarily, he ought to convey them to the child, either orally, or by some simple catechism suited for the purpose.
"A Practical Enquiry into the Philosophy of Education"
James Gall
His opportunities of downfall are pretty constant, it will be seen, when it is explained that if a measure with which he is identified fails in the city council it becomes his duty to resign, like the prime-minister of England in the like case with Parliament, But Mr. Nathan, who is as alien in his name as in his race and religion, and is known orally to the Romans as Signor Nahtahn, has not yet been obliged to resign.
"Roman Holidays and Others"
W. D. Howells
She did not assent orally, nor show especial willingness to respond to his invitation.
"When Egypt Went Broke"
Holman Day

Famous quotes with Orally

  • Eloquence, n. The art of orally persuading fools that white is the color that it appears to be. It includes the gift of making any color appear white.
    Ambrose Bierce
  • This doctrine of Christ and of the apostles, from which the true faith of the primitive church was received, the apostles at first delivered orally, without writing, but later, not by any human counsel but by the will of God, they handed it on in the Scriptures.
    Martin Chemnitz
  • Feeling of love without expressing it is like wrapping a gift and yet refusing to give it out to someone who it is meant for. And you ought to agree with me that an unpresented gift is never appreciated, unles­s/until it's presented to someone who it is meant for. Now, that is to say true love is meant to be expressed orally, practically and otherwise. Oh! yes, love is more than just a feeling. So, it should be showcased or shared. I mean, mere feeling of love is incomplete, until and unless it is expressed or shared by cash, kind, gift wise or otherwise. Yes! y­ou heard me right, it takes two or more to tangle or tango. Therefore, let there be proofs of your love.
    Emeasoba George
  • Mother-in-laws often go the place of worship to gossip against their daughter-in-laws and the daughter-in-laws often organise a kitty bash to orally lash out own ire against their mother-in-laws.
    Anuj Somany
  • To call the Veda 'scripture' is a concession to a Western understanding of religion. The Indian term is sruti, meaning 'that which has been perceived through hearing'. For thousands of years, perhaps, the Veda was only transmitted orally, and memorization was the only way to acquire its knowledge....
    Klaus Klostermaier

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