Definition Of cyclic
occurring in cycles; regularly repeated.
the cyclic pattern of the last two decades
of or relating to a circle or other closed curve.
Example Of cyclic
Administration of gadolinium chloride and aminoguanidine decreased the levels of nitric oxide and cyclic guanosine monophosphate, and inhibited the changes in alveolar fluid clearance.
At times, the ensemble pieces take on a relentlessly driving momentum, locking into a cyclic repetition that is embellished by individual trills, flourishes or patters.
Before beginning any pharmacologic treatment, the pattern, intensity, and cyclic nature of the patient's migraine must be clarified.
But the cyclic structure he evinced in his own First Symphony is something quite different from what one will find in Schumann or Franck or any other cyclic symphonist of the 19th century.
By sharing two oxygen atoms, silicates can form either cyclic or chain structures.