anatomically anatomically  /ˌæ nə ˈtɑ mək li/


  • (adv) with respect to anatomy


  1. In his garage, he and his wifewhose hands and feet, but no other extremities, are models for the dollsbuilt their first anatomically correct girls.
  2. After seeking expert advice at Johns Hopkins Medical School, the parents decided that the child's best shot at a normal life was as an anatomically correct woman.
  3. Narmin Parpia designed Potty Scotty, an anatomically correct male doll that pees water, after struggling to find toilet-training aids for her two sons.


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  1. "The (scan) showed the clavicle in quite a few more pieces than we originally thought," said Armstrong. "There will definitely be a plate placed on the top of the clavicle so he (Elenz) can anatomically put all this stuff back together."
    on Mar 24, 2009 By: Lance Armstrong Source: BBC Sport

  2. "To me it's just figuring out the reason behind the pain," Duchscherer said. "Anatomically, does something need to be fixed? Or does it just need more rest?"
    on Sep 18, 2008 By: Justin Duchscherer Source: San Jose Mercury News

  3. "We knew that there was something wrong anatomically," Chatterjee said in a telephone interview.
    on Jan 23, 2007 By: Sankar Chatterjee Source: Reuters India

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