ID is only superficially supportive of Christian belief, a point I made in the debate.
Instead, it was superficially crass and, in turn, barely provocative.
This idea is simple, superficially appealing and profoundly dangerous.
In the United States, things seemed more fair, but only superficially so.
superficially at least, Oprah had been on to something that day.
He was superficially interested, and I was conducted to the vaults.
No amount of method will remove the curse of the superficially informed.
superficially viewed, this doctrine seems to place man within the circle of a kind of blind fatalism.
When he had done, he examined, superficially, the wounds of each man.
Dagny in "Mysteries" is superficially a much more attractive young woman than Edvarda.
late 14c., in anatomical and mathematical uses, "of or relating to a surface," from Latin superficialis "of or pertaining to the surface," from superficies "surface," from super "above, over" (see super-) + facies "form, face" (see face (n.)). Meaning "not deep, without thorough understanding, cursory" (of perceptions, thoughts, etc.) first recorded early 15c. (implied in superficially "not thoroughly").
superficial su·per·fi·cial (sōō'pər-fĭsh'əl)
Of, affecting, or being on or near the surface.