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After work one quiet Sunday night I spotted “The World” on the shelf in the “Essays” section, equidistant from volumes by James Baldwin and Virginia Woolf.
WORLD CLASS: REMEMBERING LEGENDARY TRAVEL WRITER JAN MORRISLIZA WEISSTUCHDECEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The Chester road enters the valley at a point about equidistant from either end.
FAMOUS ADVENTURES AND PRISON ESCAPES OF THE CIVIL WARVARIOUS
They are almost equidistant from each other, and the next to the lowest one is the longest.
PHARAOH'S BROKERELLSWORTH DOUGLASS
The windows of this apartment were two in number, and, equidistant from the doors, were considerably elevated above the floor.
HARDSCRABBLEJOHN RICHARDSON
Some Swastikas have three dots placed equidistant around each of the four ends (fig. 12c).
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON
Parallel lines are those equidistant one from the other throughout their length, as in Figure 42.
MECHANICAL DRAWING SELF-TAUGHTJOSHUA ROSE
The term polygon is applied to figures having flat sides equidistant from a common centre.
MECHANICAL DRAWING SELF-TAUGHTJOSHUA ROSE
Out of this hub spring three arms or rays, practically equidistant, the outer ends being bent to the left.
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON
Obviously, walking is a vain thing when the horizon and the next block look equidistant.
THE TERMS OF SURRENDERLOUIS TRACY
It forms four equidistant wreaths, with a channel from thirty-five to twenty fathoms deep between each.
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WORDS RELATED TO EQUIDISTANT

  • alongside
  • coextending
  • coextensive
  • coordinate
  • equidistant
  • extending equally
  • in the same direction
  • lateral
  • laterally
  • never meeting
  • running alongside
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