Examples of economically in a Sentence
a way to economically heat your house
She writes simply and economically.
Recent Examples of economically from the Web
This section of the U.S., long acknowledged to be among the most economically disadvantaged in the country, is showing a growing gap in health outcomes with the rest of the United States.
Forty percent of Fred Lynn students are English language learners, Associate Superintendent William G. Bixby said, and more than 80 percent are economically disadvantaged.
Bringing jobs to Republican-leaning states that are struggling economically could further boost support for the president in such places.
Question: Will the U.S. suffer economically from the recent trade deal between Japan and European Union?
And every delay makes the chance of a breakdown in talks with Brussels more likely, the consequences more economically dire.
Would large-scale immigration make locals worse off economically?
Economically Irresistible to Give Up Car Ownership?
There is no other industry in the world that fails so many people while thriving so economically.
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First Known Use of economically
ECONOMICALLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of economically for English Language Learners
: in a way that relates to an economy
: in an economical way
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