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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishasymmetricala‧sym‧met‧ri‧cal /ˌeɪsəˈmetrɪkəl/ (also asymmetric /-ˈmetrɪk◂/) adjective  1 REGULARhaving two sides that are different in shape opp symmetrical asymmetrical patterns2 formalEQUAL not equal opp symmetricalasymmetrically /-kli/ adverbasymmetry /eɪˈsɪmətri/ noun [uncountable]
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asymmetricalThe relationship is of long duration and is asymmetrical.We all know frames of mirrors or rococo pictures which are decorated in an asymmetrical and extravagant style.This is sometimes known as an asymmetrical display.Secondly, control through the imposition of this fiduciary duty operates in an asymmetrical fashion.There are, of course, exceptions to this, but asymmetrical pieces are uncommon.The design of the house is consciously asymmetrical with a large tower at one end.
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