Examples from the Web for identically
But they act as if they have to be more conservative than identically situated male Democrats from red states do.
As they are, in their ruined condition, it may be seen that they were not all finished in identically the same way.Bell's Cathedrals: Chichester (1901)|Hubert C. Corlette
They are identically the same remedies whose aid we invoke to allay many other forms of perturbed nervous action.
The first strains are identically those of the heroic Danza Esparta of brave old Biscay.Immortal Songs of Camp and Field|Louis Albert Banks
British Dictionary definitions for identically
Word Origin for identical
Word Origin and History for identically
1610s, as a term in logic, from Medieval Latin identicus "the same," from Late Latin identitas "identity, sameness," ultimately from comb. form of Latin idem "the same" (from id "it, that one;" see id) + demonstrative suffix -dem. General sense of "being the same or very similar" is from 1630s. Replaced Middle English idemptical (late 15c.), from Medieval Latin idemptitas "identity," from Latin idem. Related: Identically.