unsymmetrical, un-si-met′ri-kal, adj. not symmetrical—also Unsymmet′ric.
When leaves are unsymmetrical, like the begonias, the pattern is unsymmetrical also.
One of the difficulties attending this period is the tendency to unsymmetrical growth.
We have learnt to write "asymmetry," but not to avoid "unsymmetrical."
Prophase of same mitosis, showing symmetrical and unsymmetrical pairs, as in figs. 178 and 179.
unsymmetrical, that is, when the circles of the flower or some of them differ in the number of their members.
This leads to the difference between symmetrical and unsymmetrical metres.
Another scheme, proposed by Gravier, employed the unsymmetrical form shown in fig. 226.
The increase in goods of different kinds is, of course, unsymmetrical.
It is of rude unglazed earthenware, and is unsymmetrical, as represented here.