Definition of asymmetrical in English:

asymmetrical

Line breaks: asym|met¦ric¦al
Pronunciation: /eɪsɪˈmɛtrɪkl
 
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adjective

Derivatives

asymmetric

adjective
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  • The exquisite details and the asymmetric design break the balance, giving an energetic and smart look.
  • They reject conventional norms and rules of warfare and fight with asymmetric means.
  • This also leads to an asymmetric growth of the lower jaw and a very noticeable deformity of the lower part of the face.

asymmetrically

adverb
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  • Historically, societies have been organised asymmetrically, between the masses or workers, and, on the other side, the divinely appointed, the elected, the experts.
  • The spokesman said an upward spiral in defence spending accelerated the arms race in the region, symmetrically or asymmetrically, voluntarily or involuntarily.
  • Terrorism is a methodology that small groups and states will use to asymmetrically attack large states and powerful interests.

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