cyclonically
adverb see cyclone

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • cyclonically — nə̇k(ə)lē, nēk , li adverb : in the manner of a cyclone * * * cyclonˈically adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑cyclone …   Useful english dictionary

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