pertaining to or proceeding from the stars; stellar; star-shaped.
Biology. pertaining to, consisting of, or resembling an aster; having a discoid, radiate flower head.
Theosophy. noting a supersensible substance pervading all space and forming the substance of a second body (astral body) belonging to each individual. It accompanies the individual through life, is able to leave the human body at will, and survives the individual after death.
a rare word for terrestrial
relating to, proceeding from, consisting of, or resembling the stars: an astral body
(biology) of or relating to the aster occurring in dividing cells
(theosophy) denoting or relating to a supposed supersensible substance believed to form the material of a second body for each person, taking the form of an aura discernible to certain gifted individuals
astral as·tral (ās’trəl)
Of, relating to, emanating from, or resembling the stars.
Of, relating to, or shaped like the mitotic aster; having the shape of an astrosphere; star-shaped.
Relating to or coming from the stars; stellar.
noun, plural subassemblies. 1. a structural assembly, as of electronic or machine parts, forming part of a larger assembly. noun (pl) -blies 1. a number of machine components integrated into a unit forming part of a larger assembly
verb (used with object), subassembled, subassembling. 1. to assemble a basic unit of (a larger assembly).
noun 1. a group of persons or things gathered or collected; an assembly; collection; aggregate. 2. the act of assembling; state of being assembled. 3. Fine Arts. a sculptural technique of organizing or composing into a unified whole a group of unrelated and often fragmentary or discarded objects. a work of art produced by this […]
noun, plural subcontraries. Logic. 1. one of two propositions that can both be true but cannot both be false. adjective 1. (of a pair of propositions) related such that they cannot both be false at once, although they may be true together Compare contrary (sense 5), contradictory (sense 3) noun (pl) -ries 2. a statement […]
verb (used with object), controlled, controlling. 1. to exercise restraint or direction over; dominate; command: The car is difficult to control at high speeds. That zone is controlled by enemy troops. 2. to hold in check; curb: to control a horse; to control one’s emotions. 3. to test or verify (a scientific experiment) by a […]