Definition of Hexagonally

1. adv. In an hexagonal manner.



Definition of Hexagonally

1. Adverb. In a hexagonal manner ¹

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Definition of Hexagonally

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hexagonally

hexafluoropropylene
hexafluoropropylenes
hexafluorosilicate
hexafluorosilicates
hexafluorothioacetone
hexafoil
hexafoils
hexagenerian
hexagenerians
hexaglot
hexagon
hexagonal
hexagonal prism
hexagonal prisms
hexagonal water
hexagonally (current term)
hexagonies
hexagons
hexagony
hexagram
hexagrammatic
hexagramme
hexagrammes
hexagrams
hexagynia
hexagynous
hexahedra
hexahedral
hexahedrite
hexahedro-

Literary usage of Hexagonally

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1. Criminal Psychology: A Manual for Judges, Practitioners, and Students by Hans Gross, Horace Meyer Kallen (1911)
"If I say on the other hand, " This mineral tastes salty, has a hardness of 2, a specific gravity of 2.2, and consequently it crystallizes hexagonally," ..."

2. The Microscopist: A Compendium of Microscopic Science Including the Use of by Joseph Henry Wythe (1883)
"Veins branched, anastomosing hexagonally, with free veinlets. Gen. 5. ... Vein- lets anastomosing hexagonally without free ringlets. Gen. 1. ..."

3. The United Service Magazine by Arthur William Alsager Pollock (1863)
"... secondly in using elongated projectiles hexagonally shaped instead of circular or cylindrical shot; and thirdly the whole gun, in the case of artillery, ..."

4. Criminal Psychology: A Manual for Judges, Practitioners, and Students, by by Hans Gross, Horace Meyer Kallen (1911)
"If I say on the other hand, " This mineral tastes salty, has a hardness of 2, a specific gravity of 2.2, and consequently it crystallizes hexagonally," ..."

5. The Writings of Henry David Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Franklin Benjamin Sanborn (1892)
"No berries, I think, are so well spaced and agreeably arranged in their drooping cymes, somewhat hexagonally, like a honeycomb. Then what a variety of color ..."

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