The problem is that Mississippi has long operated as a state that functionally had an open primary.
Or functionally criminalize the carrying of large amounts of cash.
When the housing bubble popped, both companies were functionally bankrupt.
The end result is that you can end up with a large group of people who are functionally unemployable.
It allows a candidate to functionally lock the nomination up without the requisite number of delegates.
But, functionally, the essential thing about this value is its dynamic character.
Society is a patient; sick constitutionally and functionally.
functionally, recovery is going to be good, too, and Dr. Shaw can take on the other one.
One must be reasonably sure that the kidneys are not the subject of chronic disease and are functionally, therefore, below par.
The fore-feet are four- or three-toed, but are functionally tridactyle; the hind-feet are three-toed.
functional func·tion·al (fŭngk'shə-nəl)
Of or relating to a function.
Affecting the physiological function but not the structure.
Affecting bodily functions but not organic structure, as a disorder such as irritable bowel syndrome. Compare organic.