adverbial

[ad-vur-bee-uhl]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or used as an adverb.
noun
2.
a word or phrase functioning as an adverb.

Origin:
1605–15; < Latin adverbi(um) adverb + -al1; compare Late Latin adverbiālis

adverbially, adverb
nonadverbial, adjective
nonadverbially, adverb
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adverbial (ædˈvɜːbɪəl)
 
n
1.  a word or group of words playing the grammatical role of an adverb, such as in the rain in the sentence I'm singing in the rain
 
adj
2.  of or relating to an adverb or adverbial
 
ad'verbially
 
adv

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Example sentences
Misplacing prepositional phrases and other adverbial elements can also create
  awkwardness or confusion.
Encourage them to use adverbial clauses beginning with because to provide
  reasons for their preferences.
They also differed in some of the types of adverbial clauses found in text.
Adults tend to use more adverbial and complement constructions at the cost of
  coordinating devices.
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