Examples from the Web for regionally
A fifth useful metric is what employers—both nationally and regionally—think of graduates from particular colleges.How to Reinvent College Rankings: Show the Data Students Need Most|Steve Cohen|March 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Regionally, renewed ties would put more pressure on Iran to negotiate a peaceful resolution to its nuclear standoff.
It is highly fragmented ethnically, regionally, and by the distribution of wealth.
At a time when the GOP is increasingly old and regionally isolated, it is up to young Republicans to modernize the party.
British Dictionary definitions for regionally
Word Origin and History for regionally
early 15c., from Late Latin regionalis "of or belonging to a region or province," from stem of regio (see region). Related: Regionally.