use parenthetically in a sentence.
Rubin parenthetically notes that the all-time low performing presidential candidate among Jews was George H.W. Bush in 1992.
Indonesia, let me say parenthetically, is a striking and tragic example of one of the great lessons of history: Those who lead revolutions seldom are the men who can lead during the period of reconstruction.
(a) spera, parenthetically combines the Latin words for hope and hardship (spera, and aspera, respectively).
The narrator's espousing the point-of-view of the uncomprehending rabbits recalls parenthetically not only the tragedies of Communism but of the Fascism that existed before it.
If we use the phraseparenthetically, that is, like Chaucer and the Yankees, we have it not from Chaucer, but from the Yankees, and with their, not his, exact shade of meaning.