Definition of Decentring

1. Verb. (present participle of decentre) ¹



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Definition of Decentring

1. decentre [v] - See also: decentre

Lexicographical Neighbors of Decentring

decentralising(a)
decentralism
decentralist
decentralists
decentralization
decentralizations
decentralize
decentralized
decentralizes
decentralizing
decentralizing(a)
decentration
decentre
decentred
decentres
decentring (current term)
decenylene
deceptable
deceptible
deception
deceptional
deceptions
deceptious
deceptive
deceptive advertising
deceptive cadence
deceptive cadences
deceptively
deceptively misdescriptive
deceptiveness

Literary usage of Decentring

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

1. An Elementary Course of Civil Engineering by Joseph Mathieu Sganzin (1828)
"decentring.— Wooden Bridges. The masonry of piers, abutments, and even the commencement of the arches, when of large span, of which we shall now speak, ..."

2. An Elementary Course of Civil Engineering by Joseph Mathieu Sganzin (1837)
"decentring.— Wooden Bridges. The masonry of piers, abutments, and even the commencement of the arches, when of large span, of which we shall now speak, ..."

3. Squint: Its Causes, Pathology and Treatment by Claud Alley Worth (1903)
"But if the patient has to wear fairly strong lenses, and if the required prismatic effect is small, this may be secured by decentring the spectacle glass. ..."

4. The Microscope: An Illustrated Monthly Designed to Popularize the Subject of (1891)
"The decentring turn tables are so arranged that a slide finished off on a plain ... The Griffith turn table has the best decentring arrangement that I have ..."

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