area

[ air-ee-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF area

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AREA

The direction of the wind is from the area of high barometer to that of low.

Take two aeroplanes of marked difference in area of surface.

In April, 2151, I set up my laboratory on the edge of the area of death.

It was well away from the area where the men had fought the flames.

But Balbus expressly said that the walk "used up the whole of the area."

He has used man's highways and cars by means of which to expand his area.

Yes, and arranged to cover all the area of sky through which Kress is likely to climb.

Much larger in area, it has not one-fifth of the population of France.

The area enclosed by them, we will assume, is the city of New York.

The area of the land is usually estimated and only rarely is it surveyed.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AREA

expanse

nounlarge space, usually open
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