Abstractly [adverb]

Definition of Abstractly:

in theory

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Sentence/Example of Abstractly:

The two earliest works here, which include the show’s namesake, are gestural in the manner of abstract expressionism.

They needed to consider all rocks and then sketch out a convincing theory of how abstract math could percolate down through messy geophysics and into even messier reality.

I’m thinking about abstract systems and studying their evolution to understand what kind of predictions can be made about their long-term behavior.

You can talk about the abstract existence of 0s and 1s, and how an operator might act on 0s and 1s, and these are all much more abstract mathematical relations.

In the 1970s, an abstract painter named Harold Cohen introduced the world to the first artistic AI system, called AARON.

These abstract brain maps can then guide us towards our goal—the post office to drop off our mail, or the beer garden for a Friday happy hour.

The brand’s first collection is a set of 500-piece puzzles, all printed on 100% recycled paper, based on works by contemporary artists, with shades of surrealist and abstract inspiration from the likes of Chagall or Picasso.

That said, people are taking steps every day to advance these politics, so I don’t want to give the impression it’s all abstract, either.

That’s because the US Constitution is exceptionally abstract compared to those of other countries, leaving justices with a large margin for interpretation.

So potential risks and ways to approach them are not as abstract as we think.