organically

[ US /ɔɹˈɡænɪkɫi/ ]
[ UK /ɔːɡˈænɪkli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. as an important constituent
    the drapery served organically to cover the Madonna
  2. involving carbon compounds
    organically bound iodine
  3. in an organic manner
    this food is grown organically
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How To Use organically In A Sentence

  • This steak house has organically farmed beef and locally raised bison. Times, Sunday Times
  • Organically grown produce does not differ greatly in appearance from conventionally grown crops.
  • ‘Don't get your clothes dry-cleaned, eat organically, throw out the super-strength cleaners,’ she said.
  • Farmers lack any incentive to manage their land organically.
  • A writer's style must develop organically.
  • And this is what got Rush into what we know as psychiatry, the idea of treating these people as organically ill, as well as, you know, psychologically ill. Benjamin Rush: Patriot and Physician
  • Some shops are bowing to consumer pressure and stocking organically grown vegetables.
  • The garden is managed organically and guests are provided with a full range of eco-friendly cleaning products, recycling and composting facilities. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sally has been organically farming the fine wool from Wensleydales in Stoodleigh, Devon, for 11 years and now has the largest flock in the world.
  • Winemakers who add natural sulfites but otherwise adhere to organic standards may use the term ‘made from organically grown grapes ‘on their labels.’
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