Synonyms for polar
Antonyms for polar
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POLAR
Polar ice would have been thawed by this reopening of communication.
But here, within the Polar circle, what is the lowest degree?
It is no new sea, returned Altamont; it is in every Polar chart, and has a name already.
It was a domed city in the polar regions, where nobody ever had to go outdoors.
I wonder if he's been frozen to death or eat up by polar bears, or what.
Now that ship is going to the polar seas, or my name is not Cornhill.
The hurricane seemed to have respected this part of the Polar Ocean.
Bob relinquished the idea of a Polar expedition with a sigh.
But it happened that we were chased when on the polar verge of the North-East Trade-wind.
That ship is going to try the Polar seas, or my name isn't what it is.
1550s, from Middle French polaire (16c.) or directly from Medieval Latin polaris "of or pertaining to the poles," from Latin polus "an end of an axis" (see pole (n.2)). Meaning "directly opposite in character or tendency" is attested from 1832. Polar bear first recorded 1781.
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