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atmospherically

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • As, or as regards, the atmosphere; by atmospheric force or influence.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In relation to the atmosphere.

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

  • adverb In an atmospheric manner.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • First of all, the energy required to put a payload into orbit is about the same as that required to fly the same payload atmospherically from the US to Australia.

    Would You Bring Back NGLT-or SLI? - NASA Watch

  • But I don't want my life to be so dull that at 35 I am living in some kind of atmospherically controlled bubble, knitting my own knickers, sipping on purified salt free water, eating lentils and organic vegetables and waiting for Alzheimer's to take its grip and spare me from the utter boredom which our betters seem to think we should aim for.

    You are what your mother ate

  • But I don't want my life to be so dull that at 35 I am living in some kind of atmospherically controlled bubble, knitting my own knickers, sipping on purified salt free water, eating lentils and organic vegetables and waiting for Alzheimer's to take its grip and spare me from the utter boredom which our betters seem to think we should aim for.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • "It's atmospherically very bad" for the plaintiffs, agreed Benjamin Wittes, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution who has followed the Awlaki case closely.

    Package Bombs Help U.S. Defense in Cleric Case

  • The elite was more entrenched in the oppressive 18th-century world that Taylor evokes so atmospherically; all Holdsworth can do with the killer is to promise spectral visitations from the victim - not much retribution from someone who has declared he doesn't believe in ghosts.

    Andrew Taylor's 'Anatomy of Ghosts': Strange sightings in 18th-century England

  • Paradigm, with its theatre-piece vibe and its "insane" percussionist, matches Mauricio Kagel at his own game, and American Cantata was possibly the most atmospherically accurate Bicentennial commemoration the country ever got (which is why it's never, ever performed).

    Composer's Holiday

  • Paradigm, with its theatre-piece vibe and its "insane" percussionist, matches Mauricio Kagel at his own game, and American Cantata was possibly the most atmospherically accurate Bicentennial commemoration the country ever got (which is why it's never, ever performed).

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Hamlet -- The Clown Prince begins with an atmospherically dark stage, the top-lit silhouette of a man standing still whileÂhis fellow actors quickly weave in and out of the stage, nervously crisscrossing, spewing their own gestured anxieties on him and attempting to bring him into their pantomimed dramas.

    E. Nina Rothe: Reinventing The Bard: Rajat Kapoor's Hamlet -- The Clown Prince Tours the UK

  • Not out of reach of imaginable technology, not gravitationally inhospitable like the gas giants or atmospherically murderous like Venus, Mars long looked like the best bet—for adventure, for alien life, for a stepping stone to the stars.

    Attack of the Classics

  • The elite was more entrenched in the oppressive 18th-century world that Taylor evokes so atmospherically; all Holdsworth can do with the killer is to promise spectral visitations from the victim - not much retribution from someone who has declared he doesn't believe in ghosts.

    Andrew Taylor's 'Anatomy of Ghosts': Strange sightings in 18th-century England

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