measurements

[ mezh-er-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF measurements

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Travelers have differed in their measurements of this stupendous growth.

Other measurements could not be obtained, owing to the subject's obstinate resistance.

Some will prefer a severely dry and bald record of measurements.

"I must take samples and measurements for my report," said Lennon.

While I rubbed her hands and arms, Miller took notes and measurements.

So I looked again at the measurements and concluded he was a man we ought not to lose.

After taking their measurements, they advanced for one hour.

A member which is the main portion of the tool, and from which all measurements are taken.

Have a work side and a work edge, and make all measurements therefrom.

The civil engineer will be more accurate in his measurements and calculations.

WORD ORIGIN

1751, "act of measuring," from measure (v.) + -ment. Related: Measurements. Meaning "dimension obtained by measuring" is from 1756.

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