Definition of kinetically in English:

kinetically

adverb

See kinetic

  • ‘Each of these phases originates from one primary step in the cross-bridge cycle that is linked by different degrees (i.e., steady-state or kinetically coupled) to upstream and downstream steps in the cycle.’
  • ‘Recent studies of molecular evolution in defined subregions of the myosin head have revealed unexpected sequence similarity in distantly related but kinetically similar myosins, suggesting a process of convergent evolution.’
  • ‘Inside, we find shambling, carefully sculpted poetics that take full advantage of their capacity to surprise and startle: no two pages look the same; the text kinetically rambles over the available surface area.’
  • ‘The reasons for this are not totally clear, but one possible explanation may be that we are simulating a system that is inherently unstable and is kinetically trapped.’
  • ‘Though the figures are deathly thin, the asymmetries of their profiles force the mind's eye to shift kinetically back and forth, stirring the viewer to feel the images' vital energy.’

Pronunciation

kinetically

/-ik(ə)lē/