configuration[ kuh n-fig-yuh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF configuration
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Owing to the configuration of the pass, that fifty could hold it against a thousand.
Let us see how we may treat the surface by simple lines so as to indicate the configuration.
A peacock's tail not merely in configuration but in its gorgeousness of color.
In its configuration the island is elevated but not mountainous.
The sites of the first are determined by the configuration of the earth.
That which was most remarkable in them was the frame and configuration of their parts.
Thus, of their own accord, they vary the configuration and extent of the cellules.
Of these, the configuration of Europe is the most irregular.
A word or two now as to the configuration of the oceanic trough.
The configuration of the shingly beach changed while one looked at it.
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