Examples of partly in a Sentence
The project failed partly because of a lack of funds.
What you say is only partly true.
Recent Examples of partly from the Web
That’s partly because of migration, much of it in the 1970s and 1980s during Guyana’s socialist period.
In September elections, her party took its lowest vote share since 1949, partly because of an open-arms approach to Europe’s migrant crisis that cut into her popularity.
Years after the riots the city continued to slump, partly because of changing economic headwinds, corruption and bad redevelopment deals.
Director Jen Poulin's hesitant Broken Nose production struggled to find its rhythms on opening night, partly because an understudy performed with script in hand.
El Cajon’s police department created two park ranger positions earlier this year, partly because of recent complaints about animal control and homeless issues.
Today, Skelton’s Indiana legacy is still alive and strong, partly because of the support of Patricia and Carl Philips and their help in encouraging the comedian’s hometown to preserve his memories.
For decades, Rwandans have been leery of dogs, even viewing them as dangerous, partly because of their role as aggressive security animals and reputation as rabid, unpredictable strays.
The family of Meadow Pollack, who was also killed at the school, has already filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Henderson Behavioral Health, claiming the provider was partly to blame for the teen’s murder.
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PARTLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of partly for English Language Learners
: somewhat but not completely : to some extent or in some degree
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