adjective Also peripheric (for defs 1–3).
Origin of peripheral
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Contemporary Examples of peripherally
The film does appear to peripherally involve corrupt politicians.A Political History of the ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’
August 6, 2014
The News From Spain By Joan Wickersham Seven heart-rending love stories only peripherally about Spain.This Week’s Hot Reads, Sept. 24, 2012: David Denby, Alex Witchel & More
September 24, 2012
During the weeks of debate, the White House stayed only peripherally involved.Government Shutdown Averted
September 27, 2011
Historical Examples of peripherally
Bell Vireos invariably place their nests in the outer portions of trees and peripherally in thickets.
Sensations are said to be 'peripherally initiated', while emotions are centrally initiated.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
The majority of black Coast Guardsmen were only peripherally concerned with this wartime evolution of racial policy.Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965
Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.
Such material is, however, only peripherally related to the study of language.Diego Collado's Grammar of the Japanese Language
Any part that is separate from a computer's CPU, such as a printer, a keyboard, or a monitor.