[an-uh-tom-i-kuh l or an-uh-tom-ik]
- of or relating to anatomy.
Origin of anatomical
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Examples from the Web for anatomical
Anatomical effects can be revealing of what happened to the airplane itself.MH17 Is the World’s First Open-Source Air Crash Investigation
July 22, 2014
And there, [in his hand is] another piece of an anatomical joint.The Gonzo Artist: Behind Ralph Steadman’s Most Famous Work
April 27, 2014
The nude of the 19th century was often a tool for anatomical study: an intellectualized and idealized approach to physiognomy.‘Masculin/Masculin,’ a Retrospective of Male Nudity in Art, Opens in Paris
September 25, 2013
The book goes as far as outlining the anatomical differences between males and females.A New Book Teaches Orthodox Jews How to Consummate a Marriage
April 22, 2013
If your heart isn't in a liaison, resist indulging other anatomical parts.Horoscopes: The Week of April 3
Starsky + Cox
April 3, 2011
Some of his models have been preserved in the Anatomical Museum at Heidelberg.Heroes of the Telegraph
And pictures, which, even in an anatomical point of view, are perfection.Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit
These anatomical allusions should be left to gentlemen of the medical profession.Barnaby Rudge
There was no anatomical defect—Dr. Custer was right about that.Second Sight
Alan Edward Nourse
There is also anatomical evidence of a most convincing quality.The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 (of 4)
J. Arthur Thomson
- of or relating to anatomy
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Word Origin and History for anatomical
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Concerned with anatomy.
- Concerned with dissection.
- Related to the structure of an organism.
The American Heritage® Stedman's Medical Dictionary Copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company.
- The structure of an organism or any of its parts.
- The scientific study of the shape and structure of organisms and their parts.
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