Definition of Depth finder

1. Noun. Navigational instrument used to measure the depth of a body of water (as by ultrasound or radar).

Generic synonyms: Navigational Instrument
Specialized synonyms: Fathometer, Sonic Depth Finder



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Depth Finder

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Literary usage of Depth finder

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1. Adventure Guide to Bermuda by Blair Howard (2004)
"... 12 rods; 12 to 50 pounds test; two fighting chairs; depth finder. ... 20 to 130 pounds test; video depth finder; outriggers and downriggers. ..."

2. Ballistic Missile Defense Organization: Technology Applications Report (1997) by Pat Hartary (1999)
"POC's LSDs are used in many unusual display applications, such as the Humminbird® Jimmy Houston Pro Flasher™ depth finder. Techsonic Industries manufactures ..."

3. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1922)
"The great importance of obtaining a new map of the area in even greater detail by the use of the sonic depth finder after an interval of almost a score of ..."

4. The Cosmic Inventor: Reginald Aubrey Fessenden (1866-1932) by Frederick Seitz (1999)
"Sonic depth finder. Wireless compass. Liberty Motor. Submarine detector. Airplane wood-dryer. Wireless transmission of pictures. ..."

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