Definition of Deflecting

1. Verb. (present participle of deflect) ¹



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Definition of Deflecting

1. deflect [v] - See also: deflect

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deflecting

deflationist
deflationists
deflations
deflator
deflators
deflavorizing machine
deflavorizing machines
deflazacort
deflea
defleaed
defleaing
defleas
deflect
deflectable
deflected
deflecting (current term)
deflection
deflection change
deflection changes
deflection coils
deflection difference
deflection differences
deflectionize
deflections
deflective
deflective occlusal contact
deflectometer
deflector
deflectors
deflects

Literary usage of Deflecting

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1. Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy: Considered in It's [sic by George Adams (1794)
"This may be called a deflecting force. The change of direction is ... COHT tinual action of a deflecting force. On the other hand, the continual ..."

2. A Popular Treatise on the Winds: Comprising the General Motions of the by William Ferrel (1889)
"THE deflecting FORCE OF THE EARTH S ROTATION. 53. We have seen from what precedes that wherever a body upon the earth's surface has a motion relative to ..."

3. The Elementary Principles of Mechanics by Augustus Jay Du Bois (1895)
"deflecting FORCE. SIMPLE CONICAL PENDULUM. deflecting FORCE ON THE EARTH. ... The more general term is, however, deflecting force, since it constantly ..."

4. Terrestrial Magnetism by Louis Agricola Bauer (1899)
"LETTERS TO EDITOR ON THE BEST FORM FOR THE COMPONENTS OF SYSTEMS OF deflecting FORCES. A DISCUSSION. Frank H. B ige low. I AM constrained to offer a few ..."

5. The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, Samuel Kneeland, George Bliss (1858)
"... boiling liquid will pass up through the opening in the apex of the cap and striking against the deflecting plate, will run down again into the vessel. ..."

6. A Mechanical Text-book: Or, Introduction to the Study of Mechanics and by William John Macquorn Rankine, Edward Fisher Bamber (1873)
"Impulse, Accelerating, Retarding, deflecting.—Corresponding to the resolution of a force applied to a moving body into effort or resistance, as the case may ..."

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