Etymology
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asymmetrical (adj.)

"destitute of symmetry, unsymmetrical," 1680s; see asymmetry + -ical. Other forms that have served as an adjective based on asymmetry are asymmetral (1620s), asymmetrous (1660s), and asymmetric (1839); only the last seems to have any general currency. Related: Asymmetrically.

updated on September 27, 2022

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Definitions of asymmetrical from WordNet

asymmetrical (adj.)
characterized by asymmetry in the spatial arrangement or placement of parts or components;
Synonyms: asymmetric
asymmetrical (adj.)
irregular in shape or outline;
asymmetrical features
Synonyms: crooked
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