architectural

[ahr-ki-tek-cher-uhl]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to architecture: architectural metals.
2.
conforming to the basic principles of architecture.
3.
having the qualities of architecture; characteristic of architecture; structural; architectonic.

Origin:
1755–65; architecture + -al1

architecturally, adverb
nonarchitectural, adjective
nonarchitecturally, adverb
semiarchitectural, adjective
semiarchitecturally, adverb
unarchitectural, adjective
unarchitecturally, adverb
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architecture (ˈɑːkɪˌtɛktʃə)
 
n
1.  the art and science of designing and superintending the erection of buildings and similar structures
2.  a style of building or structure: Gothic architecture
3.  buildings or structures collectively
4.  the structure or design of anything: the architecture of the universe
5.  the internal organization of a computer's components with particular reference to the way in which data is transmitted
6.  the arrangement of the various devices in a complete computer system or network
 
archi'tectural
 
adj
 
archi'tecturally
 
adv

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Example sentences
Architectural drafters draw architectural and structural features of buildings
  for new construction projects.
After a homily from the nymph on the need of grace, he turns to the palace,
  which is described with full architectural detail.
All external symmetry, every shade of architectural beauty, appeared to have
  been sacrificed to the convenience of the interior.
Practical reasons which combine to commend this architectural solution of a
  problem which so many of us dread-Times.
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