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adjective as in relating to space and size

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Three-dimensional shots attempt to capture the majesty of his triumphs from the artistic world to the scientific.

As little as that sentence makes sense, it seems West is attempting to label Hitchens as a one dimensional materialist.

From the outset, they were a sort of three-dimensional printer.

The Universe we inhabit seems to be four-dimensional: the three dimensions of height, length, and depth, along with time.

With its emphasis on self-expression and three-dimensional adolescents, Awkward.

But we can't control the directional and dimensional scope of the warp.

We live in a three dimensional world, and in its length, breadth, and solidity do we disport ourselves.

From the examples discussed above, the importance of the three dimensional aspect of the rainforest is apparent.

Hradzka glanced back over his shoulder at the cases of books, record-spools, tri-dimensional pictures, and scale-models.

Do you believe, Professor Gault, that this four dimensional plane contains life—intelligent life?


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dimensional, such as: spatial, geographical, geometric, and structural.

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