polymorphically

polymorphically

(ˌpɒlɪˈmɔːfɪklɪ)
adv
in a polymorphic manner
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Rather, the filmic space is subversive in allowing an almost polymorphically perverse oscillation between possible roles, creating a radically broadened freedom of identification" (23).
Sound is treated as polymorphically as vision, echoing their creative interplay in the genre epitomised by Disney's 'Silly Symphonies'.
Many of the antiretrovirals (NNRTIs/PIs) are metabolized by polymorphically expressed enzymes (cytochrome P450, CYP450; glucuronyl transferase, GT) and/or transported by drug transporters (ABC and SLC families).
Her body is polymorphically perverse, rejecting the images of containment characteristic in a masculinist portrayal of female sexuality.
This means that the choices for two different aspects cannot be assumed to be polymorphically exchangeable.
Like ours, its precision is improved by typing recursion polymorphically.
In BPKIT, these operations are defined polymorphically and are listed in Table III.
I would not think it rewarding to relocate Smollett in fashionable 'colonial' discourse (Smollett is the 'eternal "expatriate"'), which he suggests; but rather to see Smollett polymorphically, so that a reading of his novels is informed by a knowledge of Smollett's translations, his historical writings, his editorial work, not to mention his poetry and two plays.
The bleak, somewhat noir narrative follows the descent of a jaded couple, who sustain their marriage by confessing their adulterous escapades to one another, into the polymorphically perverse world of Vaughan and his car-crash fetishists.
This results in a semantically equivalent set of classes that may be safely polymorphically substituted for one another.
All sorts of discriminables combine freely, promiscuously, polymorphically, not bound to respect presets, naked to each other.
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