Natural selection is a mechanical process with no foresight, which can only blindly favor short-term gain.
Instead of pushing the cup against a mechanical lever, users push a “button” on a touchscreen.
As a result, the images can be much more detailed and the equipment less subject to mechanical problems.
Three of the six members of the group work on the channel full time, but Sep has a full time job as a mechanical engineer.
Theories based on scant evidence swing from mechanical problems to pilot error and back again.
They were mechanical contrivances—the metal monsters of which the Wanderer had spoken.
They are necessary sanctions; just as everything is necessary and may even be said to be mechanical.
America is a nation of inventors—the leaders in this mechanical age.
The will-power is the same, but the mechanical contrivances for its transmission are wanting.
Which power finds use in philosophy, science, and mechanical invention, and how?
mechanical me·chan·i·cal (mĭ-kān'ĭ-kəl)
Operated or produced by a mechanism or machine.
Relating to, produced by, or dominated by physical forces.
Interpreting and explaining the phenomena of the universe by referring to causally determined material forces; mechanistic.