longitudinal[ lon-ji-tood-n-l, -tyood- ]SEE DEFINITION OF longitudinal
Synonyms for longitudinal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LONGITUDINAL
Longitudinal stability is governed by means of the front rudder.
Semi-saggitate: like the longitudinal half of an arrow head.
Stripe: a longitudinal streak of color different from the ground.
He was lifted to the longitudinal center of the bed and placed on his back.
The dark spots are laid on in a longitudinal series of crescents.
The whole system has, in fact, been changed from the transverse to the longitudinal.
The example of sound was at hand, which was a case of longitudinal vibration.
The least common are the longitudinal, in the long axis of the bone.
It should be, in effect, evenly divided by the longitudinal axis.
"This is when I have the pleasure of meeting you, my dear," said Longitudinal Stability.