scientifically

[ UK /sa‍ɪ‍əntˈɪfɪkli/ ]
[ US /ˌsaɪənˈtɪfɪkəɫi, ˌsaɪənˈtɪfɪkɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. with respect to science; in a scientific way
    this is scientifically interesting
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How To Use scientifically In A Sentence

  • Their definition of quackery is the application of treatments that have not been scientifically proven to have any effects, that are practiced by physicians as well as specialists without a MD and they organise congresses from time to time where they say things like this. The Organisation against Quackery
  • (But far be it from me to question a scientifically credentialled biologist.) A Tetrahymena Puzzle
  • He'd like "happiness" to be given a new and more scientifically descriptive label, to wit "Major affective disorder, pleasant type".
  • The effects of shiatsu, acupuncture, moxa, and herbal medicine are still questioned in Japan because they seem to depend upon the individual and are very difficult to replicate or to validate scientifically.
  • The most key ingredient is a scientifically literate work force and general population.
  • Scientifically, it has been shown to be bacteriostatic against gram positive bacteria; it can even be administered internally in cases of poisoning to decrease the absorption of the harmful substance. Multani facepack to beautify Taj Mahal once again
  • Abolitionists didn’t suddenly figure out scientifically that Africans were as intelligent as whites, and then fight against slavery; they fought against slavery and, AGAINST science as it then stood on the grounds of anideal. The Volokh Conspiracy » Judging a Person Based on a Single Forwarded Personal E-Mail
  • The theory is not yet scientifically established.
  • Roe v. Wade (1973) it has clearly been medically and scientifically established (with advances in fetology) that the pre-born are, indeed, individual living human beings. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • As Bethany's warnings continue to prove accurate beyond fluke and she begins to offer scientifically precise hints of a final, world-altering cataclysm, Gabrielle is confronted with a series of devastating choices in a world in which belief has become as precious - and as murderousas life itself. The Rapture by Liz Jensen: Book summary
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