from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of embryonic.
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- adj. embryonic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Embryonic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as embryonic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. in an early stage of development
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Neither John nor Sarah believe in embryotic stem cell research, that is creating andembryo for the sole purpose of taking the cells to do research.
They believe it is in their power to put ... yes, put ... that dreary embryotic simmering mass, together again.
This disease is frequently seen in low, marshy pastures, where animals infested with the worm pass the ova or egg with the feces, the eggs developing into an embryotic worm which is again taken with the food or water by non-infected animals, whereby this disease again attacks the intestines and fully matured worms develop.
All beings are at one stage of the embryotic progress _female_.
Partly on direct proof and partly on good analogy, it may be inferred that these differ in different species -- that each in the first stages of existence is bound by a different and immutable mode of development -- and, if so, there can be no embryotic identity.
Here, therefore, is symbolised the collective energy of spirit and matter in the state of action, or the embryotic creation, the type and sum of all specific forms, spontaneously evolved from the union of Buddha and Dharma.
There is no outside to the universe except this embryotic condition, wherein a man may think that there is no result of thought.
The mother was nearly frantic; after every concert of the embryotic minstrels she solemnly admonished Lin and Alfred that that would be the last.
Tisdale was making preparations for a dance which was an event in the embryotic metropolis of Crowheart, several hundred miles away.
Having submitted this for your consideration, suffice it to say that with the work given into our hands, it being young, and in its embryotic state, we have done what we could, and ask that this find favor at your hands, praying for your most hearty co-operation and choice benediction in this work for the conversion of the world.