One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1As regards or by means of atomic nuclei or their fission or fusion.
2With or in relation to nuclear weapons; especially in "nuclearly armed".
3Biology. In or into a cell nucleus; as regards or by means of the cell nucleus.
4Linguistics. As or in a nucleus; in relation to a nucleus.
5Sociology. In relation to or in the manner of a nuclear family.
1920s (in an earlier sense). From nuclear + -ly.
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