A propensity to cry is, in part, biologically predetermined.
Yes, sex is occurring between genetically / biologically related people, but GSA is something much deeper that that.
Humans are biologically predisposed to falling in love, naturally selected to bend towards that most intense social emotion.
Not only is dieting psychologically stressful, it's also biologically stressful—and it may be aging us.
While no pregnancies have been reported yet, they are biologically possible as a result of the surgery.
Myself, I believe that biologically there is radical sex-aversion between parent and child, at the deeper sensual centers.
biologically, more country life is essential to British health.
The six Figures C 38-43 give what is biologically of greatest interest in it.
That the Chinese will survive, biologically, as a race—this no one doubts.
If such a servant is undesirable, she is not hired; if normal, in a biologically healthy society she would have her own children.
biological bi·o·log·i·cal (bī'ə-lŏj'ĭ-kəl)
Of, relating to, caused by, or affecting life or living organisms.
Having to do with biology.
Related by blood, as in a child's biological parents.