Definition of Librated
1. Verb. (past of librate) ¹
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Definition of Librated
1. librate [v] - See also: librate
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Literary usage of Librated
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Philosophical Transactions and Collections to the End of the Year MDCC by Royal Society (Great Britain)., John Lowthorp (1749)
"Now if this be applied to the librated Figure ... And therefore the Moment of the Space А С HD, librated about HL, ..."
2. Correspondence of Scientific Men of the Seventeenth Century: Including by Isaac Barrow, John Flamsteed, John Wallis, Stephen Peter Rigaud, Isaac Newton (1841)
"... of the moon is librated Mr. Horrox has shewn us very well, but why it should be so librated methinks he shews no good reason: what he says of the sun's ..."
3. Miscellanea Curiosa: Containing a Collection of Some of the Principal by James Hodgson, William Derham, Richard Mead, Royal Society (Great Britain) (1708)
"Let DA be conceiv'd to be librated upon the Axis HL ; then the Momentum of this is the Curve DA multiplied into the ..."
4. Miscellanea Curiosa: Being a Collection of Some of the Principal Phaenomena by Royal Society (Great Britain), Edmond Halley (1706)
"... librated on the Axis PH. And the Fluxion of this Solid or Momentum (viz. the Solids erected on the ... if this be divided by the librated librated ..."
5. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (1903)
"... an ocular micrometer which librated with a stage micrometer, pieces of rat tail tendon were cut ,g microtome to suitable lengths, ly shaved fragments ..."
6. The Prose of Edward Rowland Sill: With an Introduction Comprising Some by Edward Rowland Sill (1900)
"... he librated, he dangled. If each one of these would seem to impart a certain flavor that is hardly required for your present pur- ..."
7. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1852)
"... and by a dense crowd of librated desire* on tho other, but also, driven back towards the center by the undue consumption of capital at the one extreme, ..."