Definition of unsymmetrically in US English:

unsymmetrically

adverb

  • See unsymmetrical

    • ‘The use of an unsymmetrically substituted analog (highlighted with the shaded atoms at C2,3, in Fig.6) could provide the necessary evidence.’
    • ‘It was built unsymmetrically because he wrote on the plans; they were redesigned around his scrawl because nobody had the courage to rub it out.’
    • ‘Three unsymmetrically substituted polyamine analogues demonstrate significant and selective antitumor effects.’
    • ‘The use of other new analogs, such as the unsymmetrically substituted analogs mentioned above, could shed light on such issues.’
    • ‘By attaching differing substituent groups, some of which are water soluble and some of which are fat soluble, an unsymmetrically substituted phthalocyanine is created which is both water and fat soluble.’

Pronunciation

unsymmetrically

/-trik(ə)lē/