Examples from the Web for heraldically
Is it, heraldically speaking, wrong to inscribe the motto upon a circle (not a garter) or ribbon round the shield?
The design is heraldically supported by the Great Mother's lionesses.The Evolution of the Dragon|G. Elliot Smith
The Alerion is a small bird of the eagle tribe, heraldically depicted as without beak or feet.Curious Creatures in Zoology|John Ashton
Heraldically the harpy appears as a vulture with the head and breasts of a woman.Human Animals|Frank Hamel
The Surcoat is either of a uniform tint, or diapered, or heraldically pictured.Ancient Armour and Weapons in Europe|John Hewitt
British Dictionary definitions for heraldically
Word Origin and History for heraldically
1772, on model of French héraldique (15c.), from Medieval Latin heraldus (see herald).