Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an asymmetric manner; without symmetry.
- adv. In an asymmetric manner.
- adv. in an asymmetrical manner
- asymmetric + -ally (Wiktionary)
“It was your choice to use those terms asymmetrically, and now you act shocked when it’s pointed out to you.”
“Then she folds it in half to form a large triangle, asymmetrically drapes it over one side of her jacket, and makes a small knot with the ends on the other side of the body.”
“A delight to partake in were the diaphanous color-blocked silk dresses, each cut asymmetrically, some worn as loose tunics while others were belted over cigarette pants or shown with just leggings.”
“Squat and lean at the same time, asymmetrically limbed, string-muscled as if with lengths of cordage, dirt-caked from infancy save for casual showers, she was as unbeautiful a prototype of woman as he, with a scientist's eye, had ever gazed upon.”
“These little Velcro patches are for putting weights because she floats asymmetrically so that helps her dive a little better and get around a little better.”
“Assuming that mother-love is some kind of magical thing that solves all problems, addresses every need, etc is one more way our culture asymmetrically burdens women, undervalues the contributions of fathers, privileges the traditional hetero family, and disourages people from creating the kinds of social networks that are often an optimal context for child-rearing.”
“You'll also see asymmetrically colored finbacks, curious minkes and endangered right whales.”
“They were fastened asymmetrically so tightly to the branch that it was impossible to break or pull them off.”
“This inherited defect causes the muscular wall of the heart often the middle wall called the septum to be asymmetrically or irregularly enlarged.”
“In between them, large windows are asymmetrically placed and allow beautiful views of the surrounding areas from every room of the house.”
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