Of, relating to, or consisting of molecules.(adjective)
Of or relating to simple or basic structure or form.(adjective)
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Use "molecular" in a sentence
"Adonis _Adonis_ apropos _apropo_ bowsprit _bowsprit_ brooch _broch_ not _broosh_ compromise _compromize_ jowl _jol_, not like _owl_ molecular _molecular_ ogle _ogle_ trow _tro_ vocable _vocable_ zoology _zoology_, not _zoo_"
"Despite adhering to the techniques he learned at El Bulli, Mr. Anand dislikes the term molecular gastronomy."
"Philosophy major Wylie Dufresne hopes to dine with founding fathers, Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson; compares line cooks to lab researchers; and rejects the term molecular gastronomy to define the cuisine at his Michelin-star namesake restaurant, wd~50."