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- adj. of, or relating to protoplast
- adj. prototypical
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. First-formed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Protoplasmic; pertaining to or having the character of a protoplast.
- Specifically, belonging to the Protoplasta.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The prefabricated refinery processed the crumbly stuff, turning it into thick dark bricks of protoplastic, the fodder of their building and pharmaceuticals industry.
His brain had been removed from his old head casing, all nerve connections at the top of the spine cut away with a laser, and submerged in a synthesized protoplastic colloid.
Her miracles may not have been of the irreducible protoplastic order, but they had been miracles to the practical
Not only did my own blood course through the protoplastic but I could feel it doing so.
My ribs weren't, though, and a protoplastic casing, exactly like the thoracic cavity, was substituted.
He was conscious of a constitutional change sweeping like a tempest over his protoplastic tissue.
"I would I were a protoplastic monad!" may sound very rhythmical, poetical, and all that; but even for a Baboo the aspiration is not an easy one to gratify.
It is a complete organism, protoplastic it may be, with the chlorophyll of age colouring its institutions, but none the less a perfect, living entity.
I left my garden a paradise, as paradises go in this protoplastic world; and when I returned, the trail of the serpent was over it all, so to speak.
He will not concede to Dr. Haeckel 'that it is a question for the schoolmasters to decide, whether the Darwinian theory of man's descent should be at once laid down as the basis of instruction, and the protoplastic soul be assumed as the foundation of all ideas concerning spiritual being.'