- her biological father
Examples of biological in a Sentence
the rights of the biological father in this case
Recent Examples of biological from the Web
Most of the Sargassum that’s blooming off the coast of Brazil has broader blades than the weed in the Sargasso Sea, says Amy Siuda, a biological oceanographer at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida, who has examined hundreds of samples.
The paper also said North Korea is capable of cultivating lethal biological agents such as anthrax and smallpox that could be turned into weapons.
But the gas has nevertheless caused excitement among planetary scientists; its presence could be evidence that Mars is not quite as dead as is often supposed, in either the geological sense or the biological one.
Audrey was dealt a tough hand from the start; she was raised by her godmother starting at two weeks after birth due to both of her biological parents being drug-addicted and lacking stable residences.
Often that involves working with the biological parents and inviting them into the home for visits or nursing.
The wait time for children to get permanent homes – adoption, guardianship or a return to biological parents – also decreased.
This was a young lady with no children of her own doing God's work caring for children who had often times been abused, neglected and abandoned by their biological parents.
There is no family support and there is often destructive intervention into their lives by biological parents.
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BIOLOGICAL Defined for English Language Learners
: of or relating to biology or to life and living things
: related through birth
BIOLOGICAL Defined for Kids
- an adoptee who searched for years for her biological parents
biologicallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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