symmetrical

[ si-me-tri-kuhl or si-me-trik ]SEE DEFINITION OF symmetrical
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SYMMETRICAL

To one who could read palmistry, it meant all that Hetty was; and it was symmetrical and firm.

The structure of taxation should be harmonious and symmetrical.

He looked down at his symmetrical legs and went back to his desk.

Fig. 39 shows incisions to make in removing a pelt for a symmetrical rug.

The symmetrical choir is in itself the true charm of St. Mammes.

There is a symmetrical dignity all its own in the seventh chapter of the Hebrews.

Its proportions and symmetrical relations were established as follows.

It generally has a symmetrical outline, which it retains to old age.

The second type is the symmetrical, which is shown by Annulates.

The symmetrical and graceful body must express something of it.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s (implied in symmetrically), from symmetry + -ical.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SYMMETRICAL

geometric

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