Not symmetrical; wanting proportion; esp., not bilaterally symmetrical.
lack of symmetry; when divided in the middle and the halves are not at all similar
Not having planes which divide the structure into mirror-image halves.
(Jargon Rating= 4) This really only applies to alpine boards. It is generally taken as read that it is harder to turn heelside. With a stiff Alpine board it is even harder, so to aid the rider the sidecut on the heelside of an Alpine board is sometimes exaggerated and set back to the tail of the board. Hence the board is no longer symmetrical, it is now asymmetrical. . See also A&E
Lacking correspondence in size, shape, and relative position of parts on opposite sides of a dividing line or median plane or about a center or axis.
not forming mirror images on opposite sides; lack of symmetry.
Having no balance or symmetry. Different on the left side of the body as compared to the right. “Asymmetric weakness of the left lower extremity” means that the left leg is weak but the right is not.
In animals, a term referring to organisms that lack a general body plan or axis of symmetry that divides the body into mirror-image halves.
not symmetrical; irregular shape or outline
A board that shifts or changes the sidecut, flex patterns, or other features from the one edge to the other.
Not reflective about an axis; opposite to symmetrical. Axis (plural: axes) - The centre-line or fulcrum of a symmetrical composition, one side of which reflects the other.
Not symmetrical. Primary feathers in hummingbirds are curved and tapered and asymmetrical.
Something that is asymmetrical is not symmetrical - it does not have symmetry. For example, the figure above is asymmetrical.
Arranged in such a way that division into mirror-image halves is not possible.
Lack of symmetry, i.e., lack of similarity between corresponding parts or organs on opposite sides of the body that are normally alike. This imbalance may cause poor body functioning.