barometer

[ buh-rom-i-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF barometer

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BAROMETER

Found the barometer had got broken, which I was very sorry for.

We are much in want of rain, and thought we should have had some, but the barometer is rising this evening.

Barometer 28.48; thermometer 68 degrees at half-past five o'clock.

The mercury in the barometer was falling, and so was the rain.

The tail of the Angora serves as a barometer of its bodily and mental condition.

The barometer stood at 3010, and the temperature fell to 60.

The temperature had risen to 63, and the barometer stood at 3019.

The word "barometer" seemed to revive the second engineer's mad animosity.

No barometer will give warning of an easterly gale, were it ever so wet.

They have but one barometer for everything that happens in Europe,—how are the exchanges?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BAROMETER

norms

nounaverage, standard
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.