chemically speaking, Molly is an amphetamine with a twist of phenethylamine (a hallucinogen).
Dating behavior may differ internationally, but we are all chemically identical in love.
Even salt is chemically broken down and rebuilt for optimum flavor.
I blasted the Beastie Boys and chemically straightened my curls, drenching them with Sun-In until I, too, had long, golden waves.
The 4-foot-11 Douglas appears to have chemically relaxed natural hair, to which she has added a human-hair ponytail for height.
chemically the mucilage is simply a modification of cellulose.
Lime may be said to act on the soil both mechanically and chemically.
I have suffered myself from this very provincial mania for chemically testing novels for traces of autobiography.
Does it chemically destroy the stomach, and life in consequence?
All the elements are thus selective, and it is by such means that they may be chemically identified.
chemical chem·i·cal (kěm'ĭ-kəl)
Of or relating to chemistry.
Of or relating to the properties or actions of chemicals.
A substance with a distinct molecular composition that is produced by or used in a chemical process.
A drug, especially an illicit or addictive one.