### Definition of Trilobe

1. something that has three lobes [n -S]

### Trilobe Pictures

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Trilobe

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### Literary usage of Trilobe

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

1. A Textbook of Pure Mechanism by Frederick Hubbard Sibley (1914)
"This wheel will mate with a similar trilobe and give three maximum and minimum values of the velocity ratio for each revolution. Fio. 150. ..."

2. Elementary Mechanism: A Text-book for Students of Mechanical Engineering by Arthur Tannatt Woods, Albert W. Stahl (1893)
"... and one trilobe, will not roll together. •68. Interchangeable I^obed Wheels. — In Figs. 45 and 46 is illustrated a method of constructing lobed wheels ..."

3. Kinematics: A Treatise on the Modification of Motion, as Affected by the by Charles William MacCord (1883)
"60, the contour of a trilobe is determined, the complete wheel with its rolling mate being shown in Fig. 61; and in like manner wheels with any number of ..."

4. Kinematics: A Treatise on the Modification of Motion, as Affected by the by Charles William Mac Cord (1889)
"-ms> By contracting the angles to one third instead of to one half, as shown in Fig. CO, the contour of a trilobe is determined, the complete wheel with its ..."

5. Kinematics: A Treatise on the Modification of Motion, as Affected by the by Charles William MacCord (1883)
"0O, the contour of a trilobe is determined, the complete wheel with its rolling mate being shown in Fig. 61; and in like manner wheels with any number of ..."

6. Elements of Mechanism by Peter Schwamb, Allyne Litchfield Merrill (1905)
"... and the other a trilobe. By this method only parts of the original ellipses are used; parts which would roll correctly, but which subtend unequal angles ..."

7. Elements of Mechanism by Peter Schwamb, Allyne Litchfield Merrill (1905)
"... and the other a trilobe. By this method only parts of the original ellipses are used; parts which would roll correctly, but which subtend unequal angles ..."

8. Principles of Mechanism by Robert Willis (1870)
"... with trilobe, and so on. But they will not roll unless the number of lobes is the same in each pair, for it is plain that to enable the respective radii ..."