Definition of Hypethral

1. Adjective. Partly or entirely open to the sky.

Exact synonyms: Hypaethral
Similar to: Unenclosed



Definition of Hypethral

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hypethral

hypervolemia
hypervolemic
hypervolia
hyperweb
hyperwhite
hyperæmia
hyperæmic
hyperæsthesia
hyperæsthesiæ
hyperæsthetic
hyperæsthetical
hypes
hypester
hypesters
hypesthesia
hypethral (current term)
hypha
hyphae
hyphaema
hyphal
hyphedonia
hyphema
hyphemia
hyphemias
hyphen
hyphen-minus
hyphen-minuses
hyphenate
hyphenated
hyphenated compound

Literary usage of Hypethral

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1. Museum Ideals of Purpose and Method by Benjamin Ives Gilman, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (1918)
"The choice of top light for the main galleries is said to have been dictated by the belief that Greek temples were hypethral, that is, open to the sky; ..."

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