Definition of Organismic

1. Adjective. Of or relating to or belonging to an organism (considered as a whole). "The organismic theory of the state"

Exact synonyms: Organismal
Partainyms: Organism, Organism
Derivative terms: Organism, Organism



Definition of Organismic

1. Adjective. Of, or relating to organisms. ¹

2. Adjective. Of, or relating to organicism. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Organismic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Organismic

organisational chart
organisationally
organisations
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organised
organised crime
organised pneumonia
organiser
organisers
organises
organising
organising centre
organism
organismal
organismal density
organismic (current term)
organismically
organisms
organist
organista
organistas
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organiz'd
organizability
organizable
organization
organization and administration
organization chart
organization charts

Literary usage of Organismic

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1. The Origin and Development of the Nervous System: From a Physiological Viewpoint by Charles Manning Child (1921)
"17) that the excitation- transmission relation is the most general and most primitive relation of organismic as distinguished from purely protoplasmic ..."

2. Enlarged Tonsils Cured by Medicines by James Compton Burnett (1908)
"processes as from, or towards, the organismic centre? It is needful to dwell a little, on the very threshold of this question, on the element-of time in ..."

3. Cataract: Its Nature, Causes, Prevention, and Cure by James Compton Burnett (1889)
"organismic & LOCAL CAUSES OF CATARACT. There are certain general causes of cataract that for convenience sake I will call organismic, and they are indeed ..."

4. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1921)
"The trouble with the organismic theory of society was not so much in the facts which it cited, even though it was guilty of extravagances; the chief trouble ..."

5. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1922)
"Protoplasmic pattern and organismic pattern, in the author's opinion, differ probably only in the order of magnitude; and the question immediately arises ..."

6. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1879)
"While vocal and bodily gesturing involve merely our own elaborate organismic equipment other forms of language behavior involve the use of instruments such ..."

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