Definition of morphologically in English:

morphologically

adverb

  • See morphological

    • ‘The word, quite simply, is morphologically unanalysable.’
    • ‘But what distinguishes them both morphologically and botanically from all other plants is that one of the petals is strikingly different and called the lip.’
    • ‘Evolution led to the appearance of organs, morphologically distinguishable regions that serve different functions.’
    • ‘They find that the bones of the earliest colonizers of the Americas were morphologically distinct from northeast Asians and recent American Indians.’
    • ‘Both European and Brazilian Portuguese are morphologically uniform.’
    • ‘The genera of the fungal colonies were identified morphologically with an optical microscope.’

Pronunciation

morphologically

/mɔːfəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)li/