anatomically correct

anatomically correct

adj.
Representing the body or a body part, especially a sex organ, in a physiologically accurate manner: an anatomically correct doll.

anatom′ically correct′


adj.
having representations of the sexual organs: An anatomically correct doll was shown to the witness.
[1990–95]
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It turned out that the nine vertebrae and ribs were in an anatomically correct position.
When National Crime Agency officers raided Turner's home in Ramsgate, Kent, they discovered an anatomically correct child sex doll he had been using as well as 34,000 sick images.
We designed the Curved Sucker XL with a soft, curved, large bore suction tip that's more anatomically correct for oral suctioning.
It has anatomically correct regions that develop in the right place and at the right time.
They're anatomically correct, as it were, reading as intricate drawings of body parts--but now the body parts are the parts of the body of a ship.
It wasn't the special effects that provided the world's first full-size reconstruction of an anatomically correct Tyrannosaurus Rex, it was the ridiculous reaction of the veterinary surgeons, anatomists and palaeontologists covered in fake blood pretending it was all real.
Dino Autopsy: T-Rex Specialists provide the world's first full-size reconstruction of an anatomically correct T-Rex, then cut it open from head to toe.
The baker stunned the judges with her carefully crafted and anatomically correct piece, which weighed around 10kg and took 300 hours to construct.
In the last series, this task led to a debate about what exactly constitutes an anatomically correct skeleton, and this year looks set to be just as fractious, as one half of each team gets to work in Kent, while the rest attempt to source their items in France.
Anatomically correct in every detail, Sights to make a maiden aunt quail.
5" heel is recommended by podiatrists to reduce fatigue and sets the body anatomically correct.
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