financially

adverb
fi·​nan·​cial·​ly | \ fə-ˈnan(t)-sh(ə-)lē , fī-\

Definition of financially

: with respect to money : from a financial point of view The company struggled financially for many years. He has made some smart investments, so he's doing very well financially. a financially stable organization Someone who buys extensive liability insurance for his car may drive too fast because he feels financially protected.— E. S. Browning Even companies that are financially fit often don't feel like taking the risk of ramping up operations and hiring more workers.— Barbara Kiviat

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1795, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of financially was in 1795

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