asymmetrical definition

  • adjective:
    • maybe not shaped.
    • Presenting a false dilemma, or a selection between a couple of things that aren't opposites.
    • irregular in form or outline
    • described as asymmetry in spatial arrangement or keeping components or components
    • maybe not shaped.
    • Presenting a false problem, or an option between a couple of things that aren't opposites.
    • unusual in shape or outline
    • described as asymmetry into the spatial arrangement or keeping parts or elements
  • others:
    • maybe not shaped; unsymmetrical.
    • In mathematics, devoid of commensurability; incommensurable. Inharmonious; not reconcilable.
    • inside language of Herbert Spencer, completely destitute of approximation toward symmetry, and therefore distinguished from unsymmetrical.
    • Not symmetrical; unsymmetrical.
    • In mathematics, devoid of commensurability; incommensurable. Inharmonious; perhaps not reconcilable.
    • inside terminology of Herbert Spencer, entirely destitute of approximation toward symmetry, and thus distinguished from unsymmetrical.

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