Want of symmetry or proportion involving the elements of something esp insufficient bilateral symmetry
- (mathematics) insufficient balance
- Want of symmetry, or percentage involving the parts of a thing, esp. wish of bilateral balance.
The state of failing to have balance. One component is more as compared to other.
1650s, "want of symmetry or percentage," from Greek asymmetria, noun of high quality from asymmetros "having no typical measure; disproportionate, unsymmetrical," from a- "not" + symmetros "commensurable" (see symmetry).
Uneven or lacking balance. In an asymmetrical circumstance, a portion of something won't have the exact same exact form as another portion. Opposite of balance.
motions such shoulder shrugs, or facial expressions such as for example smiles, that aren't equal on both sides showing incongruency or dishonesty.
(n.) Want of balance, or percentage amongst the areas of something, esp. want of bilateral symmetry.
- (letter.) Incommensurability.
The benefits of asymmetry happen when the small kid gets a Taser.