- of or relating to anatomy.
Origin of anatomical
Examples from the Web for anatomically
Contemporary Examples of anatomically
The earliest fossils of anatomically modern humans are from about 200,000 years ago.Ebola's Roots Are 50 Times Older Than Mankind. And That Could Be the Key to Stopping It.
October 20, 2014
It ends with a colossal, anatomically correct forty-six foot tall baby boy.Damien Hirst Unveils Provocative Birth Sculptures In Doha
October 11, 2013
This is a blow-up love doll that is made to anatomically resemble pop star Miley Cyrus.Eastbound & Down’s Kenny Powers Lists His Favorite Things
February 17, 2012
One may anatomically assume that this term is used only by the men of the Jersey Shore cast.‘Jersey Shore’ Guide to Italian
August 4, 2011
The target was a poster board of an anatomically correct gentleman bending over.Getting Whipped at Leather Pride
June 26, 2009
Historical Examples of anatomically
Anatomically related to A. lapicida, but no external resemblance.Our British Snails
John William Horsley
Teeth are anatomically classed with bones, which in many respects they resemble.The Horse's Mouth
Anatomically speaking, green bulbuls are not bulbuls at all.Jungle Folk
Anatomically they are related neither to the Neanderthals nor to the Cr-Magnons.Men of the Old Stone Age
Henry Fairfield Osborn
Anatomically, there is no difference between a Negro and a European.The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 1
Hubert Howe Bancroft
- of or relating to anatomy
Word Origin and History for anatomically
- Concerned with anatomy.
- Concerned with dissection.
- Related to the structure of an organism.