"eugenically Speaking" could certainly bear no further extension, unless its mood were deepened into seriousness.
And these were the people to whom England looked for a eugenically begotten race!
The scheme would work, eugenically, in proportion as it is discriminatory and graded.
One of the most significant of these—significant both socially and eugenically—is summarized here in Fig. 22.
As Schiller points out, any measures to be eugenically effective must apply to the young.
Within reasonable limits, it is justifiable to treat the economically superior sections of the nation as the eugenically superior.
An increase of this tendency would be eugenically desirable.
Will not the elimination of the eugenically unworthy rid the world of its heartaches and sorrows?
But eugenically this social hysteresis, this delay in recompensing merit, has a fatal effect.
eugenic eu·gen·ic (yōō-jěn'ĭk)
Of or relating to eugenics.
Relating or adapted to the production of good or improved offspring.