sym·bol·i·cal·ly /-ɪk(ə)lɪ/ 副詞
Sym·bol·ic Sym·bol·ic·al a. Of or pertaining to a symbol or symbols; of the nature of a symbol; exhibiting or expressing by resemblance or signs; representative; as, the figure of an eye is symbolic of sight and knowledge. -- Sym*bol*ic*al*ly, adv. -- Sym*bol*ic*al*ness, n.
The sacrament is a representation of Christ's death by such symbolical actions as he himself appointed. --Jer. Taylor.
Symbolical delivery Law, the delivery of property sold by delivering something else as a symbol, token, or representative of it. --Bouvier. Chitty.
Symbolical philosophy, the philosophy expressed by hieroglyphics.
adv 1: in a symbolic manner; "symbolically accepted goals"
2: by means of symbols; "symbolically expressed"