from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. in a topical manner
- adv. (applied) to a localized part of the body
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a topical manner; with application to, or limitation of, a particular place or topic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With reference to topics; also, with regard or application to a particular place, spot, subject, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to a restricted area of the body
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Some tricks of the trade that may be discussed include Cayenne's ability to sooth pain and itching sensations when applied topically, which is sure to help students take better care of themselves when on a tight budget.
The films that achieve this kind of topically relevant, emotionally stimulating, aurally satisfying convergence of sights and sounds are rare indeed.
MR: laughs Or the chords from "House Of The Rising Sun," which played topically into what you were trying to communicate.
Please note that I do not believe that you should use fluoride in your toothpaste, but I am just emphasizing the point that it might work topically but does not work at all when you swallow it.
Do you see that it has a significance, topically, in 2012?
District Judge Virginia Phillips 'decision to overturn DADT on constitutional grounds are not topically related.
It may prompt OEL creators to move past slavish imitation and draw on their own artistic traditions, and push more topically diverse alt-comics towards (relatively) more polished and commercial books.
Going off HBC since she has been cosying up to Cameron ...... off-topically!
Most of the page was taken up with a photograph of a man cycling along a sunny promenade, three snaps of the same two children paddling and, topically, an advertisement for a mining company.
“Precisely controlled nanoscale delivery of drugs that are applied topically to the skin could significantly improve the treatment of skin bacterial infections,” he said.
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