anemometer[ an-uh-mom-i-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF anemometer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANEMOMETER
The anemometer is an instrument for measuring the force and velocity of the wind.
This is done by the familiar weather-vane and the anemometer.
First take the reading of the discs on the anemometer and note the time.
"Why, to make one on the principle of the anemometer," replied Ralph.
The velocity of the wind was ascertained by an anemometer of the best London make.
What's the matter with my home-made gyrostat and anemometer?
The Robinson anemometer was perhaps the greatest source of worry.
Wren also had an anemometer, but we have no description of it.
Tom arose and went to the anemometer, or wind-registering instrument.
He read it through, and just handed it back to me, and went on monkeying with his anemometer.