Definition of Subnormally

1. Adverb. In a subnormal manner. ¹



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Definition of Subnormally

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subnormally

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subnormally (current term)
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Literary usage of Subnormally

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1. Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1871)
"Thus da: =°dx + dar and also mdx =°da> + tic*, both subnormally: but dx =~ld,v + da? normally, which is not true of max. And A + B_l =° A normally, ..."

2. Ophthalmic Myology, a Systematic Treatise on the Ocular Muscles by Giles Christopher Savage (1902)
"... in the far than there is in the near, the ciliary muscles are subnormally developed, and require an excessive impulse to make them perform their work. ..."

3. The Face of the Earth as Seen from the Air: A Study in the Application of by Willis Thomas Lee, ( (1922)
"The treelike form is a stream system of subnormally developed pattern. Note the seeming uncertainty of course, some of the branch streams rising close to ..."

4. The Face of the Earth as Seen from the Air: A Study in the Application of by Willis Thomas Lee (1922)
"The treelike form is a stream system of subnormally developed pattern. Note the seeming uncertainty of course, some of the branch streams rising close to ..."

5. Racial Integrity and Other Features of the Negro Problem by Alexander Harvey Shannon (1907)
"... while other portions—believed to condition the higher faculties of mind—are relatively subnormally developed, but little is satisfactorily determined. ..."

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