Examples from the Web for tactically
Tactically, it was foolish to alienate the Barack Obama administration so quickly.
But back then, Republicans were in a tactically optimistic mood.
Though I am pro-choice, I am not a fan of Roe, which I think was legally dubious and tactically unwise.
Yes, Vimy was the most tactically spectacular: One of the best-planned, best-executed Allied operations of the whole war.
By force of will, Petraeus was beginning to turn things around, at least tactically.
The presence of a tactically immovable artillery hinders the action of an Asiatic army.Afghanistan and the Anglo-Russian Dispute|Theo. F. Rodenbough
Having said all this, the fact remains the brigade was Not tactically well placed.Personal Recollections of the War of 1861|Charles Augustus Fuller
The westward turning movement was tactically a success but strategically a failure.A Handbook of the Boer War|Gale and Polden, Limited
The battle of Auerstdt was tactically a separate affair from that of Jena, but strategically and morally they were one.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
Tactically everything had been done; the fore field was good.Now It Can Be Told|Philip Gibbs
British Dictionary definitions for tactically
Word Origin and History for tactically
1560s, from Modern Latin tactica (see tactics); in reference to nuclear weapons (opposed to strategic) it is recorded from 1957. Related: Tactically.