telescopic

[ tel-uh-skop-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF telescopic
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TELESCOPIC

These were to extend the determinations of distance to the telescopic stars.

Behind it a third cart came, loaded with telescopic tube sights.

After a while, the filters went off and the telescopic screen went on again.

In the telescopic screen, the other ship came on unfalteringly.

The telescopic appearance of Mercury is, however, disappointing.

He swung number six, the telescopic visiplate, into connection.

Both guards must have had their telescopic sights zeroed on the spot.

The moon is probably the most interesting of all telescopic objects.

Not very much can be said for Mercury as a telescopic object.

By this time Professor Snail was making some telescopic inspections.

WORD ORIGIN

1705, from telescope + -ic.

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