Definition of partially :
1. In a partial manner; with undue bias of mind; with unjust favor or dislike; as, to judge partially.
2. In part; not totally; as, partially true; the sun partially eclipsed.
incompletely (part of speech: adverb)
- There was one of these windows on each side the door- place, which was kept partially closed through the day by a low gate about a yard high. - "Sylvia's Lovers -- Complete", Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell.
- Many of the soldiers who returned from the war in Europe so broken in body or mind that in former times they would have dragged out the remainder of their lives a burden to themselves and to others have, by surgical skill and special forms of education, been restored wholly or partially to the ranks of the self- supporting and useful members of the community. - "Community Civics and Rural Life", Arthur W. Dunn.
- We have heretofore partially denounced the banks, continued Fog; we are now to open upon them like hounds- worry them like rats. - "Quodlibet", John P. Kennedy.