Definition of Thermometrograph

1. Noun. A thermometer that records temperature variations on a graph as a function of time.

Exact synonyms: Thermograph
Generic synonyms: Thermometer



Definition of Thermometrograph

1. n. An instrument for recording graphically the variations of temperature, or the indications of a thermometer.

Definition of Thermometrograph

1. Noun. A device that plots on a graph the measurements of a temperature over time. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Medical Definition of Thermometrograph

1. An instrument for recording graphically the variations of temperature, or the indications of a thermometer. Origin: Thermo- + Gr. Measure + -graph. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thermometrograph

thermolyze
thermomagnetic
thermomagnetism
thermomagnetometry
thermomechanical
thermomechanics
thermomechanometry
thermometer
thermometers
thermometre
thermometres
thermometric
thermometrically
thermometries
thermometrograph (current term)
thermometry
thermomolecular
thermomultiplier
thermomultipliers
thermonatrite
thermoneurosis
thermoneutral
thermoneutrality
thermonuclear
thermonuclear bomb
thermonuclear conditions
thermonuclear fusion
thermonuclear reaction
thermonuclear reactor

Literary usage of Thermometrograph

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Complete Course of Meteorology by Ludwig Friedrich Kämtz, Charles Martins, Léon Louis Chrétien Lalanne (1845)
"11' a common thermometer is observed at the hours of maximum and minimum, the readings will differ from the indications of the thermometrograph. ..."

2. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1844)
"Made wise by previous experience,* we determined to be more careful in our use of means for withdrawing the second thermometrograph, which was twelve feet ..."

3. A Complete Course of Meteorology by Ludwig Friedrich Kämtz, Charles Martins, Léon Louis Chrétien Lalanne (1845)
"In many cities, such as Paris, Brussels, and Basle, observations of the thermometrograph and the thermometers have been simultaneously taken several tunes ..."

4. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1844)
"Made wise by previous experience,* we determined to be more careful in our use of means for withdrawing the second thermometrograph, which was twelve feet ..."

5. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1871)
"... hourly thermometrograph. About ten personal observ. were made daily, ... &c., besides the reading of the maxim and minim and the said thermometrograph, ..."

6. Experimental Physics by Eugene Lommel, George William Myers (1899)
"Rutherford's thermometrograph. reading, the highest and lowest temperatures which have occurred during any given interval of time, eg within 24 hours. ..."

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