Origin of provincial
Can be confusedprovidential provincial
Examples from the Web for provincially
Isolate we have indeed been as a people, but not provincially nor narrowly nor proudly isolate.
The Romans having governed Oceana provincially, the Teutons were the first that introduced the form of the late monarchy.The Commonwealth of Oceana|James Harrington
Clay-slate is provincially called Killas; and Porphyry is known by the name of Elvan.A Guide to the Mount's Bay and the Land's End|John Ayrton Paris
He arrived in Paris at the age of twenty-five, provincially instructed, but already of a marvellous erudition.Aspects and Impressions|Edmund Gosse
If this scheme should prove oppressive, provincially or parochially, he was willing to give it up.Lord Chatham|Archibald Phillip Primrose Rosebery