Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an adoptive manner; by way of adoption.

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  • adverb In a adoptive manner; by adoption.

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Examples

  • Of course the action of Gil Bias largely passes there, but Gil Blas in only adoptively a Spanish novel, and the native picaresque story is oftener at home in the provinces; but since Spanish fiction has come to full consciousness in the work of the modern masters it has resorted more and more to Madrid.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • And Cluvius Rufus says, imperial letters, such as are sent with couriers, went into Spain with the name of Nero affixed adoptively to that of Otho; but as soon as he perceived this gave offense to the chief and most distinguished citizens, it was omitted.

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • For God is powerful in all things, having been seen at that time indeed, prophetically through the Spirit, and seen, too, adoptively through the

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • Of course the action of Gil Bias largely passes there, but Gil Blas in only adoptively a Spanish novel, and the native picaresque story is oftener at home in the provinces; but since Spanish fiction has come to full consciousness in the work of the modern masters it has resorted more and more to Madrid.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • For model 2, the DC subsets were adoptively transferred to recipient mice by intranasal (i.n.) route at the amount of 2×10

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  • To further examine the functional difference of the DC subsets, we adoptively transferred the iCD8

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  • To address this hypothesis we adoptively transferred graded numbers of OT-1 TCR-tg T cells from naive donors and tracked the kinetics and phenotype of the immune response after infection.

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  • DC subsets were purified from BCG-infected mice at day 21 post immunization and were adoptively transferred i.v. to naïve C57BL/6 mice.

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  • Today is indeed Mother's Day, a day set aside for the billions of women who have mothered, intentionally, accidentally, biologically, adoptively - you name it, and please do, as my intention here is not to leave anyone out.

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  • Mice were adoptively transferred i.n. with iCD8+DC or iCD8

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