Examples from the Web for psychologically
The deeper you get, the more hardcore the acts, both physically and psychologically.
The fall of Aleppo will be hugely tragic—“psychologically and optically devastating,” says Itani.
Between 1995 and 2007, my husband abused me physically, sexually, and psychologically.Immigrant Women Facing Domestic Abuse Need Stronger Protections|Adriana Cazorla|October 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And calls to violence like this often appeal as much to the psychologically damaged as they do to committed ideologues.Lone Wolves, Terrorist Runts, and the Stray Dogs of ISIS|Jacob Siegel|October 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A disease that once seemed distant has become, at least psychologically, more present to the American people.
The Vietnam war, both materially and psychologically, affected our overall defense posture.
Apart from that, an irregular sex relationship may be psychologically disadvantageous.Report of the Special Committee on Moral Delinquency in Children and Adolescents|Oswald Chettle Mazengarb et al.
Psychologically, what makes for good thinking makes for good study.How to Teach|George Drayton Strayer and Naomi Norsworthy
Psychologically interpreted, a gas consists of particles having the utmost aversion to one another.Creative Chemistry|Edwin E. Slosson
But between the two, Cummings was the coward, psychologically at least.Spring Street|James H. Richardson
British Dictionary definitions for psychologically
Word Origin and History for psychologically
1680s; see psychology + -ical. Related: Psychologically. Psychological warfare recorded from 1940. Psychological moment was in vogue from 1871, from French moment psychologique "moment of immediate expectation of something about to happen."
The original German phrase, misinterpreted by the French & imported together with its false sense into English, meant the psychic factor, the mental effect, the influence exerted by a state of mind, & not a point of time at all, das Moment in German corresponding to our momentum, not our moment. [Fowler]