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Frequently moving; active or vigorous:
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  1. Frequently moving; active or vigorous:
  2. Possessing life; living.
  3. Belonging to the class of nouns that stand for living things:
Full of activity or animation; lively:
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  1. Full of activity or animation; lively:
  2. (Sports) In play; live:
  3. Full of living or moving things; abounding:
(Printing) Not yet set into type:
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  1. (Printing) Not yet set into type:
  2. (Informal) Full of life, excitement, or activity; lively:
  3. Glowing; burning:
Associated with or derived from living organisms. The biotic factors in an environment include the organisms themselves as well as such items as predation, competition for food resources, and symbiotic relationships.
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  1. Associated with or derived from living organisms. The biotic factors in an environment include the organisms themselves as well as such items as predation, competition for food resources, and symbiotic relationships.
  2. Consisting of living organisms. An ecosystem is made up of a biotic community (all of the naturally occurring organisms within the system) together with the physical environment.
  3. Of life or living things, or caused by living organisms
Of or pertaining to plasma.
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(Cytology) Of or relating to protoplasm.
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  1. (Cytology) Of or relating to protoplasm.
Consisting of or containing a cell or cells:
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  1. Consisting of or containing a cell or cells:
  2. Of, having to do with, or used in a communications system that has its service area divided into small cells, each having a separate low-power transmitter and receiver combination
  3. Consisting of or containing cells; esp., said of certain porous igneous rock, as pumice
Of, like or forming a nucleus
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  1. Of, like or forming a nucleus
  2. Using or derived from the energy of atomic nuclei:
  3. Of, characterized by, or operated by the use of nuclear energy
(Biology, pathology) Relating to, or caused by an amoeba.
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  1. (Biology, pathology) Relating to, or caused by an amoeba.
  2. Alternative form of amoebic.
Alternative spelling of ameboid.
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  1. Alternative spelling of ameboid.
  2. Relating to or resembling an amoeba, especially in changeability of form and means of locomotion.
  1. Having vacuoles
  2. Containing vacuoles or a vacuole.
Of, pertaining to, or containing vacuoles
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  1. Of, pertaining to, or containing vacuoles
Consistent with, sanctioned by, or permissible according to a constitution:
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  1. Consistent with, sanctioned by, or permissible according to a constitution:
  2. Consistent with, pertaining to, or mandated by the constitution of a country or state. See also unconstitutional. Consistent with, pertaining to, or mandated by the constitution of a country or state. See also unconstitutional.
  3. Of or in the constitution of a person or thing; basic; essential
Of or connected with anatomy
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  1. Of or connected with anatomy
  2. Related to the structure of an organism.
  3. Concerned with dissection.
On which others are based; primary; original
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  1. On which others are based; primary; original
  2. Of or relating to the lowest possible frequency or the lowest frequency component of a vibrating element, system, periodic wave, or quantity:
  3. Most important; chief
Necessary to the continuation of life; life-sustaining:
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  1. Necessary to the continuation of life; life-sustaining:
  2. Necessary to continued existence or effectiveness:
  3. Extremely important; essential:
Arising from or going to a root or source; basic:
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  1. Arising from or going to a root or source; basic:
  2. A group of atoms that behaves as a unit in chemical reactions and is often not stable except as part of a molecule. The hydroxyl, ethyl, and phenyl radicals are examples. Radicals are unchanged by chemical reactions.
  3. Favoring fundamental or extreme change; specif., favoring basic change in the social or economic structure
That must be done; mandatory; not voluntary
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  1. That must be done; mandatory; not voluntary
  2. Logically inevitable:
  3. Needed or required:
Absolutely necessary; indispensable; requisite
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  1. Absolutely necessary; indispensable; requisite
  2. (Biochemistry) Being a substance that is required for normal functioning but cannot be synthesized by the body and therefore must be included in the diet:
  3. Fundamentally important or necessary:
Existing in someone or something as a natural and inseparable quality, characteristic, or right; intrinsic; innate; basic
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  1. Existing in someone or something as a natural and inseparable quality, characteristic, or right; intrinsic; innate; basic
  2. Existing as an essential constituent or characteristic; intrinsic:
Being a chemical element in uncombined form
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  1. Being a chemical element in uncombined form
  2. Basic and powerful; not subtle or refined; primal
  3. Fundamental or essential; basic.
A simple programming language developed in the 1960s that is widely taught to students as a first programming language.
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  1. A simple programming language developed in the 1960s that is widely taught to students as a first programming language.
  2. Of, at, or forming a base; fundamental; essential
  3. Of, being, or serving as a starting point or basis:
First in importance; chief; principal; main
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  1. First in importance; chief; principal; main
  2. Referring to present or future time. Used as a collective designation for various present and future verb tenses in Latin, Greek, and Sanskrit.
  3. Not derived from anything else; basic or original:
Of, relating to, located at, or forming a base.
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  1. Of, relating to, located at, or forming a base.
  2. Of primary importance; basic.
  3. Being the base or basis; basic; fundamental
Having, or acting as if having, power, authority, influence, high position, etc.
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  1. Having, or acting as if having, power, authority, influence, high position, etc.
  2. Meaning a great deal; having much significance, consequence, or value
  3. Strongly affecting the course of events or the nature of things; significant:
Being the source from which a copy, reproduction, or translation is made.
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  1. Being the source from which a copy, reproduction, or translation is made.
  2. Not derived from something else; fresh and unusual:
  3. Preceding all others in time; first:
Having to do with, indicating, or occurring at the beginning
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  1. Having to do with, indicating, or occurring at the beginning
  2. Of, relating to, or occurring at the beginning; first:
  3. Designating the first letter or letters of a word.
Highest or among the highest in rank, authority, importance, degree, etc.
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  1. Highest or among the highest in rank, authority, importance, degree, etc.
  2. First or highest in rank or importance.
  3. Of, relating to, or being financial principal, or a principal in a financial transaction.
Being the most desired or suitable example of something:
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  1. Being the most desired or suitable example of something:
  2. From which others are derived; fundamental; basic
  3. First or highest in rank or importance; main:
(Biol.) Designating or of an organism, organ, etc. at the starting point of its evolutionary development or very little evolved from early ancestral types
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  1. (Biol.) Designating or of an organism, organ, etc. at the starting point of its evolutionary development or very little evolved from early ancestral types
  2. Regarded as having changed little in evolutionary history. Not in scientific use:
  3. Of or relating to a nonindustrial, often tribal culture, especially one that is characterized by an absence of literacy and a low level of economic or technological complexity:
Characterized by, based on, or constituting a system:
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  1. Characterized by, based on, or constituting a system:
  2. Made or arranged according to a system, method, or plan; regular; orderly
  3. Working or done in a step-by-step manner; methodical:
Relating to or affecting a particular body system, especially the nervous system:
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  1. Relating to or affecting a particular body system, especially the nervous system:
  2. Embedded within and spread throughout and affecting a group, system, body, economy, market, or society as a whole.
  3. Relating to or affecting the entire body or an entire organism:
Showing or having coordination
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  1. Showing or having coordination
  2. Having good muscular coordination and reflexes
  3. Organized, working together, cooperating.
Related genetically:
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  1. Related genetically:
  2. Conforming to the usual or ordinary course of nature:
  3. (Biology) Not produced or changed artificially; not conditioned:
Out-and-out; utter:
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  1. Out-and-out; utter:
  2. Not mingled or diluted with extraneous matter; pure:
  3. Utter or out-and-out, especially in the phrase unadulterated truth
Related genetically:
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  1. Related genetically:
  2. Conforming to the usual or ordinary course of nature:
  3. (Biology) Not produced or changed artificially; not conditioned:
Out-and-out; utter:
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  1. Out-and-out; utter:
  2. Not mingled or diluted with extraneous matter; pure:
  3. Utter or out-and-out, especially in the phrase unadulterated truth
Find another word for organic. In this page you can discover 48 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for organic, like: animate, alive, live, biotic, plasmic, protoplasmic, cellular, nuclear, amoebic, amoeboid and vacuolated.