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synonyms for microsecond

  • blink of an eye
  • millisecond
  • nanosecond
  • bat of an eye
  • flash
  • fraction of a second
  • half a second
  • heartbeat
  • instant
  • jiffy
  • moment
  • nothing flat
  • twinkling
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How to use microsecond in a sentence

Left out in the open, the plasma would dissipate within tens of microseconds.
A MAGNETIC TRAP CAPTURES ELUSIVE ULTRACOLD PLASMAMARIA TEMMINGMARCH 8, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Then he triggered a single one-microsecond pulse into the additional ten turns of winding.
WHERE I WASN'T GOINGWALT RICHMOND
It uses the computed relationship to alter the power flowing through in the next microsecond to get the same gravity.
ACCIDENTAL FLIGHTFLOYD L. WALLACE
Icarus will be within the star only a matter of a microsecond.
THE VARIABLE MANPHILIP K. DICK
Within its certain, limited timing-capacity, it could establish or break a contact within the thousandth of a microsecond.
TALENTS, INCORPORATEDWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
Force of a hydrogen bomb—forty thousand innocent people gone in a microsecond.
--AND DEVIOUS THE LINE OF DUTYTOM GODWIN
Microsecond by slow microsecond the Vangs grew and grew and grew.
MASTERS OF SPACEEDWARD ELMER SMITH
No chart can keep up to the microsecond on these asteroid movements.
EIGHT KEYS TO EDENMARK IRVIN CLIFTON
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WORDS RELATED TO MICROSECOND

  • bat of an eye
  • blink of an eye
  • flash
  • fraction of a second
  • half a second
  • heartbeat
  • instant
  • jiffy
  • microsecond
  • millisecond
  • moment
  • nanosecond
  • nothing flat
  • twinkling
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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