They opened up their home to a series of pop-up dinners before moving it to functional restaurants when it grew too popular.
The captain tried to say all the cameras were functional except for the one in the cabin where the body was found.
But only in recent times has the functional death of states become a real possibility.
You can make a living off talents and be the most productive babe with the most functional bonds on the astrological block.
The site is functional more than ninety percent of the time, up from fifty-five percent of the time in October.
Subjectively determined sensuous processes are diseases in civilization, but normal, functional methods in savagery.
Hence the functional basis is preferred in all cases in which it can be applied.
These ideas must have done much to offset the physical weakness and functional handicaps of women in the ancient world.
In biology it is more akin to the formal than to the functional attitude.
Form is then not something fixed and congealed—it is the ever-changing manifestation of functional activity.
functional func·tion·al (fŭngk'shə-nəl)
Of or relating to a function.
Affecting the physiological function but not the structure.
Affecting bodily functions but not organic structure, as a disorder such as irritable bowel syndrome. Compare organic.