use prescriptively in a sentence.
Among the questions asked of both thought leaders interviewed and executive survey respondents was: Imagine an organization transformed by better ways to collect, analyze and be prescriptively guided by information.
To be clear: theirs was neither strictly biographical criticism nor prescriptively moral criticism, and nothing they wrote was reducible to the childish formulations "only good men write good books" or "one must know a man's life to understand his work".
“Anyone” is not prescriptively single, any more than other indefinite pronouns like “none.”
One question asked them to assess where their organization is along the journey to an ideal state: an organization that has been "transformed by better ways to collect, analyze and be prescriptively guided by information."
That's natural in a descriptive sense, but should it also apply prescriptively?