Definition of enantiomorphic in English:

enantiomorphic

adjective

  • See enantiomorph

    • ‘Smithson's enantiomorphic deconstructions of Stephens's Yucatan views produce, in the aggregate, a kind of spontaneous construction of their own.’
    • ‘In another of this book's chapters, Roberts traces the interplay of crystals, mirrors and enantiomorphic pairs in Smithson's art.’
    • ‘In 1965, the idea of the enantiomorphic pair migrated from the Man of Sorrow paintings to a two-part wall sculpture called Enantiomorphic Chambers.’
    • ‘Reynolds finds that Smithson's attempts to reveal blind spots embedded in certain models of perception that prevailed during the 1960s were repeatedly figured in works that relied on enantiomorphic strategies.’

Pronunciation

enantiomorphic

/ɪnantɪə(ʊ)ˈmɔːfɪk//ɛnantɪə(ʊ)ˈmɔːfɪk/