Sigmoidally \Sig*moid"al*ly\, adv. In a sigmoidal manner. [1913 Webster]

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  • sigmoid — [sig′moid΄] adj. [Gr sigmoeidēs: see SIGMA & OID] 1. a) having a double curve like the letter S b) curved like the letter C (uncial form of sigma) 2. of the sigmoid flexure of the colon: Also sigmoidal sigmoidally …   English World dictionary

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