structural

[ struhk-cher-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF structural
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STRUCTURAL

But what proportion is there between the structural alteration and the functional result?

My information is that you did talk about structural matters.

By "type" von Baer means the structural plan of the organism.

But they did not conceive the cell as a living, independent, structural unit.

Most important is the comprehension of the structural implications of literacy.

All these attributes belong to the structural condition of literacy.

The breakaway of design occurs first of all at structural levels.

The craft trembled for a moment, and he feared a structural collapse.

The problem now is to get a structural form which will hold the idea.

Sir Harry hinted that a column, if possible, should be structural as well as decorative.

WORD ORIGIN

1835, from structure + -al (1). Related: Structurally.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR STRUCTURAL

dimensional

adjectiverelating to space and size

geometric

adjectivepertaining to points, lines, angels and figures used in geometry
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