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- adv. By means of a volcano.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Like a volcano.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the manner of a volcano; eruptively; figuratively, in a fiery or explosive manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by or like volcanoes
Others, such as volcanically driven changes, are random.
On the eastern side of its main bay, beyond an open-air thermal spa filled with elderly bathers wallowing in volcanically heated mud, there is a long stretch of black sand.
The mussels as I had them came in metal pots, heated underneath by a small votive, and they seem to be volcanically deep, as though you could eat your way through a mountain of mussels and find yourself in the center of the earth.
Neither island has been volcanically active in modern times.
Sparsely populated Iceland is one of the world's most volcanically active countries and eruptions are frequent.
-- An April 17 A-section article about Iceland's status as one of the world's most volcanically active places incorrectly described the island as about 100 miles long and 60 miles wide.
The oil that the earth so far has volcanically disgorged from the failure of BP's Blowout ...
The oil that the earth so far has volcanically disgorged from the failure of BP's Blowout Preventer is about the amount that we in the United States of Blatant Profligacy use in just one day.
Galapagos penguins construct nests in caves or volcanically-formed cavities before copulation takes place, these sites shading the eggs, incubating adults and growing chicks from the severity of the tropical sun.
Until recent geologic times, the isthmus south of central Nicaragua was discontinuous, volcanically active and topographically and environmentally diverse.