Want of symmetry, or proportion between the parts of a thing, esp. lack of bilateral symmetry.
Artwork not identical on both sides of a center line or axis.
A lack of equivalence between two things, such as the unequal tax treatment of interest expense and dividend payments.
Lack or absence of balanced proportions between parts of a thing.
both sides are not equally affected, such as one side of the face is different from the other side.
(mathematics) a lack of symmetry
The opposite of symmetry. Any photo that is not identical on both sides and centered in the middle third is asymmetric.
Not proportioned into equal parts or sections
Lacking symmetry, unequal opposite sides of the body which are normally alike
a way of organizing the parts of a design so that one side differs from the other without destroying the overall balance and harmony; also called informal balance
Having unlike, or noncorresponding appearances; without symmetry. An example; a two-dimensional color work which, without any necessarily visible or implied axis, displays an uneven distribution of parts throughout the composition.
lacking symmetry; parts of the body are unequal in shape or size.
the depiction in a work of art of two sides as being not identical without impairing the general harmony of the work. Asymmetry is used to prevent a work from appearing static and superficial, as no two sides of a life form are identical.
Lack of symmetry of sides of the body.
The absence of symmetry elements.
Lacking symmetry, or proportion between the parts of a thing, especially lack of bilateral symmetry.
A characteristic of a composition where the two sides are unlike in appearance or unequal in distribution.
Lacking symmetry, that is, lacking balance in shape, size, and relative position of parts on opposite sides of the body or in actions taken by the body.
Lack of symmetry (symmetry: similarity of form).
A design based on informal balance; the opposite of symmetry, which refers to formal balance.
An image that is not identical on both sides and not centered in the middle third is asymmetric. Opposite of symmetry.
a term applied an object or molecule that does not possess symmetry.
An area that is not found to be identical in both breasts (such as tissue density). It is often a normal variant but can also be a sign of an abnormal growth.
An arrangement of forms that do not appear to be the same on either side of an imaginary center line. Contrast SYMMETRY.
A balance of parts on opposite sides of a perceived midline, giving the appearance of equal visual weight.
Lacking symmetry; parts of the body are not identical on both sides.
Lack of balance.
Asymmetry is the absence of, or a violation of, a symmetry.