- of or relating to structure; pertaining or essential to a structure.
- Biology. pertaining to organic structure; morphological.
- Geology. of or relating to geological structure, as of rock or strata.
- Chemistry. pertaining to or showing the arrangement or mode of attachment of the atoms that constitute a molecule of a substance.Compare structural formula.
- resulting from or pertaining to political or economic structure.
- of, relating to, or based on the assumption that the elements of a field of study are naturally arranged in a systematic structure: structural grammar.
- Building Trades.
- a part of a structure that carries a load.
- the structural member used for such a part.
Origin of structural
Examples from the Web for structurally
Contemporary Examples of structurally
The masterpiece is huge, but structurally flawed and terribly vulnerable to seismic activity.Florence Preps ‘David’ for the Big One
Barbie Latza Nadeau
December 25, 2014
Let Me Be Frank With You is also structurally different from earlier Bascombe novels.Richard Ford’s Artful Survivalist Guide: The Return of Frank Bascombe
November 4, 2014
The jet is “redlined” at Mach 2, but structurally it can reach a maximum speed of Mach 2.25.Exclusive Pictures of Stealth Jet Raid on Syria
September 25, 2014
Ms Zhang said the church had been illegally built and was structurally unsound.Christians Form Human Shield Around Church in China's 'Jerusalem'
April 6, 2014
The Black PrinceBy Iris Murdoch This is my favourite novel of all time and is structurally extremely (and successfully) ambitious.The Most Unreliable Narrators, From Agatha Christie to Iris Murdoch
April 2, 2014
Historical Examples of structurally
Structurally, said Dr. Boreas of Leamington, structurally you are as sound as a roach.The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly
Charles James Lever
Structurally and visibly, it was a much uglier place than now.Fifteen Chapters of Autobiography
George William Erskine Russell
Structurally, this species is the most advanced of the American weasels.American Weasels
E. Raymond Hall
Such a union or federation can be conceived of, structurally, as a cone.A history of China., [3d ed. rev. and enl.]
Structurally the hulls of these boats were not unlike modern wooden vessels.Every-day Science: Volume VII. The Conquest of Time and Space
Henry Smith Williams
- of, relating to, or having structure or a structure
- of, relating to, or forming part of the structure of a building
- of or relating to the structure and deformation of rocks and other features of the earth's crust
- of or relating to the structure of organisms; morphological
- chem of, concerned with, caused by, or involving the arrangement of atoms in molecules