Definition of Seismal

1. Adjective. Subject to or caused by an earthquake or earth vibration.

Exact synonyms: Seismic
Similar to: Unstable
Derivative terms: Seism, Seism



Definition of Seismal

1. seism [adj] - See also: seism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seismal

seirospore
seirospores
seirs
seis
seisable
seise
seised
seiser
seisers
seises
seisin
seising
seisings
seisins
seism
seismal (current term)
seismic
seismic damper
seismic dampers
seismic design
seismic disturbance
seismic fitness
seismic lithosphere
seismic load
seismic loads
seismic moment
seismic moments
seismic performance
seismic retrofit
seismic risk

Literary usage of Seismal

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1. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1887)
"This concentrated energy will manifest itself in a region of maximum intensity some time after the mass began originally to move, and the seismal waves ..."

2. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1887)
"This concentrated energy will manifest itself in a region of maximum intensity some time after the mass began originally to move, and the seismal waves ..."

3. Proceedings of the Liverpool Geological Society by Liverpool Geological Society (1900)
"Lines may be drawn on the surface joining places where the intensity is the same, and thus we get iso-seismal lines, and others which do not necessarily ..."

4. Physiography for Advanced Students by Arthur Thomas Simmons (1898)
"The Charleston Earthquake—Co-seismal Lines.— The map (Fig. 93) which accompanies a very interesting paper1 on this subject by Prof. ..."

5. Physiography for Advanced Students by Arthur Thomas Simmons (1897)
"THe Charleston Earthquake—Co-seismal Lines.— The map (Fig. 93) which accompanies a very interesting paper1 on this subject by Prof. ..."

6. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1901)
"Assoc. Rep., 1892, pp. 114-128. (9) .—" A Catalogue of 8331 Earthquakes recorded in Japan between 1885 and 1892.'' Japan seismal. ..."

7. Earthquakes and Other Earth Movements by John Milne (1891)
"... may generally infer ' that earthquakes, like that of Lisbon, which have a very great area of sensible disturbance, have also a very deep seismal focus, ..."

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