symmetrically spreading, with dense blue-green foliage.
The form groups should be symmetrically related to, if not identical with, the function groups.
Tiny diamonds etch its design--olive branches with leaves--and, perched symmetrically upon them, eight doves.
But the animals grow symmetrically, with each half of the body developing independently of the other.
Human ears, by contrast, are shaped and positioned symmetrically on each side of our skulls.
Rheumatoid arthritis affects many joints, and often occurs symmetrically on both sides of the body.
On the left, the mirrors of a cedar sideboard reflected the symmetrically placed dishes.
Both can be operated asymmetrically or symmetrically.
The costs are not symmetrically distributed, in other words.
It leaves one in the same position, welfare-wise, as similarly-situated individuals with symmetrically lower incomes and costs.
British Dictionary definitions for symmetrically
possessing or displaying symmetry Compare asymmetric
(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
(chem) (of a compound) having a molecular structure in which substituents are symmetrical about the molecule