Definition of Chording
1. Verb. (present participle of chord) ¹
2. Adjective. (computing of a keyboard or similar device) By means of which the user can enter characters or commands in the form of "chords" by pressing several keys together instead of one after the other. ¹
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Definition of Chording
1. chord [v] - See also: chord
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Literary usage of Chording
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Connecting Induction Motors: The Practical Application of a Designing by Adolphus Mansfield Dudley (1921)
"Effect of chording. It will be noted that in this graphic explanation the conductors were spoken of only as generating counter-emf, as explained in the ..."
2. Transactions by European Orthodontic Society, Lina Oswald, Northern Ohio Dental Society, Ossory Archaeological Society, Wentworth Historical Society, Society of Automobile Engineers (1911)
"The point which I intended to bring out in my paper was that chording was ... Professor MacLaren also suggests that the effect of the chording on the slot ..."
3. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1913)
"We must therefore say that the chording of the primary has little influence ... By chording the coils considerably more than that, the field becomes worse ..."
4. Principles of Direct-current Machines by Alexander Suss Langsdorf (1919)
"ampere-turns (10) It should be noted that extreme chording may cause some of the n reversed ... But such extreme chording would not be used in practice, ..."
5. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1846)
"annular chording of its walls and adhesion of the semilunar valves. ... Contraction of the aortic orifice from chording, shrivelling, or contraction of the ..."
6. Design of Electrical Machinery: A Manual for the Use, Primarily, of Students by William Thomas Ryan (1912)
"Coefficient of chording.—The chording of the winding reduces the number of effective conductors in the ratio of the sine of one-half the electrical degrees ..."
7. The Atlantic Monthly by Making of America Project (1865)
"... of instruments upon playing together without the least provision or forethought as to their chording, and then howl fnd tear his hair at the result ? ..."