Definition of Plasticly

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plasticly

plasticisers
plasticises
plasticising
plasticities
plasticity
plasticization
plasticizations
plasticize
plasticized
plasticizer
plasticizers
plasticizes
plasticizing
plastick
plasticky
plasticly (current term)
plastics
plastics industry
plasticuffs
plasticulture
plasticultures
plasticware
plastid
plastide
plastidial
plastidozoa
plastids
plastidule
plastidules
plastifier

Literary usage of Plasticly

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1. The True Intellectual System of the Universe: Wherein All the Reason and by Ralph Cudworth, Johann Lorenz Mosheim (1845)
"... is not the matter itself organized, but the soul either as cogitative, or plasticly self-active, vitally united thereunto, and naturally ruling over it. ..."

2. History of the Life, Writings, & Doctrines of Luther by M. Audin, Jean Marie Vincent Audin (1854)
"Germany was not duped by the art with which Luther handled insults, pretty much as the sculptor handles stone,—plasticly. From all quarters he was asked to ..."

3. History of the Life, Writings, and Doctrines of Luther by Audin (Jean Marie Vincent), Audin, Jean Marie Vincent Audin (1854)
"... plasticly. From all quarters he was asked to express himself more clearly, and to reply distinctly to this question : " Are we entitled to wage war with ..."

4. The History of Magic by Joseph Ennemoser, William Howitt, Mary Botham Howitt (1854)
"He says, also, what Franz von Baader confirms, that man can not plasticly create, but he cau dominate and imaginate over that which is created. ..."

5. The works of Ralph Cudworth: Containing The True Intellectual System of the by Ralph Cudworth, Thomas Birch (1829)
"... and proper cause of motion, or the determination thereof atleast, is not the matter itself organized, but the soul either as cogitative, or plasticly ..."

6. The True Intellectual System of the Universe: Wherein All the Reason and by Ralph Cudworth, Johann Lorenz Mosheim (1845)
"... is not the matter itself organized, but the soul either as cogitative, or plasticly self-active, vitally united thereunto, and naturally ruling over it. ..."

7. History of the Life, Writings, & Doctrines of Luther by M. Audin, Jean Marie Vincent Audin (1854)
"Germany was not duped by the art with which Luther handled insults, pretty much as the sculptor handles stone,—plasticly. From all quarters he was asked to ..."

8. History of the Life, Writings, and Doctrines of Luther by Audin (Jean Marie Vincent), Audin, Jean Marie Vincent Audin (1854)
"... plasticly. From all quarters he was asked to express himself more clearly, and to reply distinctly to this question : " Are we entitled to wage war with ..."

9. The History of Magic by Joseph Ennemoser, William Howitt, Mary Botham Howitt (1854)
"He says, also, what Franz von Baader confirms, that man can not plasticly create, but he cau dominate and imaginate over that which is created. ..."

10. The works of Ralph Cudworth: Containing The True Intellectual System of the by Ralph Cudworth, Thomas Birch (1829)
"... and proper cause of motion, or the determination thereof atleast, is not the matter itself organized, but the soul either as cogitative, or plasticly ..."

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