dimension

[ dih-men-shuhn, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dimension

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIMENSION

The earth's interior, Dr. Shapley said, is the "third dimension" of geography.

This, of course, is beyond your comprehension, since the Ninth Dimension is involved.

The mysteries of the Fourth Dimension they had already solved.

Detective, Fourth Dimension, and air adventure—only well done.

And Luga, was she lost to him in that no-man's land of a fourth dimension?

I like interplanetary stories, also the stories about the Fourth Dimension.

But I fear you will find no minds to study in the fourth dimension.

I'm creased too, at the line where I was bent into the fourth dimension!

It was all there, including the portion that had been in the fourth dimension.

He lived and moved and breathed in love as in a fourth dimension.

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