Materially

Ma*te"ri*al*ly

, adv. 1. In the state of matter.
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I do not mean that anything is separable from a body by fire that was not materially prexistent in it.
Boyle.
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2. In its essence; substantially.
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An ill intention is certainly sufficient to spoil . . . an act in itself materially good.
South.
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3. In an important manner or degree; essentially; as, it materially concerns us to know the real motives of our actions.
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