organically organically  /ɔr ˈɡæ nɪk li/


  1. (adv) as an important constituent
  2. (adv) involving carbon compounds
  3. (adv) in an organic manner


  1. The designer also uses organically grown wools in addition to handloomed cottons.
  2. Navdanya encourages farmers to produce hardy native varieties of crops that can be grown organically with natural fertilizer and no artificial chemicals.
  3. It could only be the product of a hugely close relationship in which each partner sensed organically where the other, and the show, was going.


  • Honeybees and Chain Restaurants: Readers Respond

    Saving the Hives Gendy Alimurung's cover story about the Backwards Beekeepers, a local group devoted to raising (and saving) beehives organically, had readers, well, buzzing (" Bee Fever ," June 14).
    on June 20, 2013     Source: LA Weekly


  1. Akzo Nobel CEO Hans Wijers said the deal would strengthen the company's balance sheet and leave it "well positioned to capture growth both organically and by selected acquisitions."
    on Jun 21, 2010 By: Hans Wijers Source: The Associated Press

  2. "We are doing lots of analysis internally on how to grow the company organically and we started discussions recently with companies that we believe can be adding to our growth trajectory," Mike Zafirovski told Reuters in an interview.
    on Aug 2, 2007 By: Mike Zafirovski Source: Reuters

  3. Davies said that he's truly excited that 1.5 million copies will be distributed to people "who'll hear it organically ...... the way it was intended."
    on Oct 15, 2007 By: Ray Davies Source:

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