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physically

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishphysicallyphys‧i‧cally /ˈfɪzɪkli/ ●●○ S3 AWL adverb  1 BODYin relation to your body rather than your mind or emotionsmentally, emotionally She is young and physically fit. Do you find him physically attractive? I felt physically sick at the thought. children who have been physically abused2 physically possible/impossibleCOLLOCATIONSadjectivesphysically fitIt is important to keep yourself physically fit.physically activeHe remained physically active far into old age.physically disabledThe attack left her physically disabled.physically ill/sickThe thought made her feel physically ill.physically exhaustedWe were mentally and physically exhausted.physically attractiveShe found him physically attractive.physically capable of doing somethingAny one of them would have been physically capable of committing the crime.verbsphysically abuse somebodyHer father had physically abused her.physically attack somebodyIt was the first time he had ever physically attacked anybody.
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physicallyAs a child, she had been physically and emotionally abused.He abused her both physically and emotionally until his death.Discover how and when and why you tire physically and mentally.Get enough exercise during the day to be physically as well as mentally tired.People say I'm like my mother, but physically I look more like my father.The demonstrators offered no resistance and none were physically removed from the site.Police physically removed Ms. Sanders from City Hall.It is relevant to note here the author's inclusion of scenes of a physically titillating dimension.Fighting either of them would have been a cultural impossibility, physically unthinkable.
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