### Definition of Elliptically

1. adv. In the form of an ellipse.

### Definition of Elliptically

1. Adverb. in the form of an ellipse ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Elliptically

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### Literary usage of Elliptically

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

1. Electromagnetic Theory of Light by Charles Emerson Curry (1905)
"Conditions for Interference of elliptically Polarized Waves. ... Since now an elliptically polarized oscillation can be resolved into two rectangular ..."

2. The Theory of Light by Thomas Preston (1901)
"The general effect of reflection or refraction is therefore a rotation of the plane of polarisation. 211. elliptically and Circularly Polarised Light. ..."

3. Stochastic Inequalities by Moshe Shaked, Yung Liang Tong (1992)
"Also, sharpened forms of these concentration inequalities are presented for elliptically contoured distributions that are not absolutely continuous with ..."

4. Multivariate Analysis and Its Applications by Theodore Wilbur Anderson, Ingram Olkin, Kʻai-tʻai Fang (1994)
"Under the assumption of an elliptically contoured distribution, Sinha (1984) provided a locally best invariant test for outliers based on multivariate ..."

5. A Text Book of the Principles of Physics by Alfred Daniell (1884)
"elliptically-polarised light and partially-polarised common light: the two images never ... elliptically and circularly-polarised light on the one hand, ..."