Her features are perfectly symmetrical as are her teeth.
Avoid grids that can be divided in two by blackening either two symmetrical squares or the center square.
Some animals, such as jellyfish and sea urchins, are radially symmetrical.
Showy, deep pink to red bilaterally symmetrical flowers bloom in profusion near the top of this leafy, several-stemmed plant.
Placing a molecule that's essential to life within a spherically symmetrical one could let researchers learn more about each.
It may require pruning from time to time to maintain a pleasingly symmetrical outline.
To ensure the long-term survival of our species, we're genetically predisposed to be attracted to symmetrical faces.
There are two basic kinds of catamarans on the market: symmetrical and asymmetrical.
Flowers small, but organized into larger heads resembling a single, radially symmetrical flower cupped by a ring of green bracts.
symmetrical faces tend to be judged as more attractive than asymmetrical ones.
British Dictionary definitions for symmetrical
symmetrical
/sɪˈmɛtrɪkəl/
adjective
1.
possessing or displaying symmetry Compare asymmetric
2.
(maths)
(of two points) capable of being joined by a line that is bisected by a given point or bisected perpendicularly by a given line or plane: the points (x, y) and (–x, –y) are symmetrical about the origin
(of a configuration) having pairs of points that are symmetrical about a given point, line, or plane: a circle is symmetrical about a diameter
(of an equation or function of two or more variables) remaining unchanged in form after an interchange of two variables: x + y = z is a symmetrical equation
3.
(chem) (of a compound) having a molecular structure in which substituents are symmetrical about the molecule
Relating to a logical or mathematical relation between two elements such that if the first element is related to the second element, the second element is related in like manner to the first. The relation a = b is symmetric, whereas the relation a > b is not.