It was the only time I ever heard him address my mother so parentally.
"It's getting late, Ally," he said parentally, but not dictatorially.
parentally, we care only for our own: socially, we care for all.
parentally, we are animals: socially, we learn to love one another.
So our fate was fixed, parentally, and we have been educated for each other.
The parentally favored candidate for Mary's hand, he finds it, evidently, too hard to give it up without a struggle.
parental pa·ren·tal (pə-rěn'tl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a parent.
Of or designating the generation of organisms from which hybrid offspring are produced.