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- adv. In a symbiotic manner
- adv. By means of symbiosis
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a symbiotic manner; in symbiosis.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a symbiotic manner
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A novel approach to the problem has been launched, modeled after viral infections, first you make something that is targeted for a host that is widely distributed in the population; then you make it incredibly easy to transmit it symbiotically, that is, in a way that does nothing to detract from the host’s general health.
Some animals were meant to carry each other to live symbiotically over a lifetime.
It's not so hard to imagine a future in which fashion and tennis are symbiotically linked.
"The Dreamlife of Angels" was a breakthrough for its two leads— Elodie Bouchez and Natacha Regnier —who shared the best-actress prize at Cannes in 1998 for their performances as a pair of working-class women whose lives become symbiotically entwined.
The IA and the software platform are symbiotically linked. x86 will never lose its grasp as long as Microsoft is dominant in any form factor.
The generational shift also coincides with uncertain transitions in the independent-film business, which is symbiotically linked to the ever-widening circuit of film festivals.
Apple spokesman Mac Fanboi denied reports that Jobs will not return, explaining that the absence was necessary for surgery to remove a malignant black turtleneck pullover which has been symbiotically attached to Jobs since 1999.
However, I am quite suspicious that the rest of my legal education and apprenticeship will symbiotically tied to my time at Ivey.
Kennedy might well have seen parallels between his company's mission and the plot, which features the Tok'ra as an alien race symbiotically inhabiting human hosts.
The rich colors are caused by the presence of minute algae called zooxanthellae that live symbiotically in the coral tissues.