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- adj. plastic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. See plastic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as plastic. Dr. H. More, Philosophical Writings, Pref. Gen., p. xvi.
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From POPBYTES — Long ago, Dolly Parton united the country music scene and the porn industry, thanks to her enormous enjoyment of plastical-augmentation.
Neuroscientists have long known the brain needs proper sensory stimulation to develop correctly and that experience can induce plastical changes in the functional architecture of sensory cortices.
I do not think that the stories were meant as a deliberate contrast, they are just the outcome of the natural lack of preconceived idea which is typical of Pilniak and of his passive, receptive, plastical mind.
Tolstoi is more plastical, and certainly as deep and original and rich in creative power as Turgenev, and Dostoevsky is more intense, fervid, and dramatic.
Why would your mother’s decision to make you a plastical surgeon predominate on your dream to be a rat breeder ?