organic

(redirected from organicity)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

organic

Developing or derived naturally, without outside intervention or manipulation. The organic humor between the two lead actors comes down to their wonderful chemistry on screen. I've never liked the idea of going on dates through a website or smartphone app—I want an organic relationship with someone I meet and get to know in the real world.

organic

mod. great. This is one fine, organic rally! I’m glad I stopped by.
References in periodicals archive ?
Hypothesis 18: The mean tenure of top management will have a negative relationship to organicity.
Table II presents the mean overall performance, style and organicity results for the four types of firm.
Note that organicity was scored (1 = strongly agree to 5 = strongly disagree) so that a company that places great emphasis on this dimension disagrees with each item and receives a high score.
[10] The index case belonged to the former type of choking phobia and organicity was ruled out by clinical examination and detail investgatons by several otorhinolaryngologists.
Structured in seven chapters (Modern Asceticism, The American Garden, The Example of Experience, The Rhetoric of Liberation, The Horizon of Plenitude, The Anarchic Theme, The Salvaged Loneliness), the book is designed as a critical option generated by the structure of the work of Thoreau, its aesthetic quality, the lyric-meditative excerpts, the prophetic-apocalyptic tone, the peaceful wisdom and, above all, "the intention to find that nature is a code of organicity that is worth deciphering in order to be followed by human behavior" (35).
Our objective should be to challenge the organicity of the culture that each of us represents metonymically in--and to--the American academy.
But, as its title concisely indicates, Synthetic Reality draws inspiration from more than the varied organicity of the natural realm.
No data in favor of organicity were obtained from the Bender-Gestalt visual-motor coordination test.
In his writings of the thirties 'unity', 'synaesthesia', 'ecstasy', 'organicity', and 'image' are recurring terms.
A kind of "Killroy was here," yet due to the organicity of which can never be held responsible for producing an exact resemblance to something, except in the form of "a human foot, a woman's foot, a wolf's feet etc.," always in an indefinite form.
The intrinsic organicity, the confluence of instruments, cannot be explained in the same way as the mechanical interaction of the homogeneous parts of an artifact.
But Stan derives some of the organicity of his huge body of work from the style and thoughts of some liberated poets of today.
Issues related to organicity, financial gain, and emotional overlay continue to provide the primary areas of differential diagnosis and controversy today.
Representation becomes inorganic from an excess of organicity and, like the organisms of Samson Young in London Fields, the chemist in Sexing the Cherry, and Louise in Written on the Body, proliferates and is drained.(6) If allegory has repeatedly been identified as "supplement," the allegorical "supplant[ing] an antecedent one" (Owens 1: 69), the supplement becomes eventually excessive and self-negating.
Based on the level of structural organicity, as proposed originally by Burns and Stalker[122], the firm's export channel structure can be conceptualized along a mechanistic-organic continuum.