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architecturally

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an architectural manner; with regard to architectural principles; from an architectural point of view.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb in an architectural manner
  • adverb regarding architecture

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb with regard to architecture

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The lounge and study area on the first floor are less minimalist, softer spaces but remain architecturally connected to the more contemporary and ‘public’ ground floor.

    The Hill House

  • But, if no change in the social structure is desired, neither can San Miguel change architecturally from the historical colonial character that distinguishes it.

    San Miguel: the town that parties too much

  • But, if no change in the social structure is desired, neither can San Miguel change architecturally from the historical colonial character that distinguishes it.

    San Miguel: the town that parties too much

  • Developers would like a chance to rehab the 89-year-old building, and preservationists made an impassioned plea to keep a building they call architecturally and historically unique to Chicago.

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  • Developers would like a chance to rehab the 89-year-old building, and preservationists made an impassioned plea to keep a building they call architecturally and historically unique to Chicago.

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  • Developers would like a chance to rehab the 89-year-old building, and preservationists made an impassioned plea to keep a building they call architecturally and historically unique to Chicago.

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  • I was in Abuja in Nigeria, which I see that Ms. Griswold characterizes as architecturally dull.

    Bridging The Christian-Muslim Divide

  • I was in Abuja in Nigeria, which I see that Ms. Griswold characterizes as architecturally dull.

    Bridging The Christian-Muslim Divide

  • I was in Abuja in Nigeria, which I see that Ms. Griswold characterizes as architecturally dull.

    Bridging The Christian-Muslim Divide

  • I was in Abuja in Nigeria, which I see that Ms. Griswold characterizes as architecturally dull.

    Bridging The Christian-Muslim Divide

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