Definition of Geographical zone
1. Noun. Any of the regions of the surface of the Earth loosely divided according to latitude or longitude.
Specialized synonyms: Climatic Zone, Time Zone, Transit Zone
Generic synonyms: Geographic Area, Geographic Region, Geographical Area, Geographical Region
Derivative terms: Zonary
Lexicographical Neighbors of Geographical Zone
Literary usage of Geographical zone
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Books of Chronicles: With Maps, Notes, and Introduction by William Emery Barnes (1899)
"If this be so, the reason of their being reckoned to Shem must be that they were in the geographical zone which belonged to the Semites. ..."
2. Favored Nation Treatment: An Analysis of the Most Favored Nation Clause by Joseph Rogers Herod (1901)
"It was unquestionably to secure closer trade relations between the United States and the countries situated within the geographical zone, and, ..."
3. Mission of the North American People, Geographical, Social, and Political by William Gilpin (1874)
"This isothermal zone deflects from the geographical zone (which is a flat section of the globe), undulating to the north and to the south, to preserve a ..."
4. Human Geography: An Attempt at a Positive Classification, Principles and by Jean Brunhes, Isaiah Bowman, Richard Elwood Dodge, Irville Charles Le Compte (1920)
"(geographical zone).—The wooden house, as it exists in Finland and Russia, belongs, as we have said, to the great northern forest. ..."
5. A Cyclopædia of the Physical Sciences: Comprising Acoustics, Astronomy by John Pringle Nichol (1860)
"Placing one's self in the are scarcely adequate to ripen the fruit, the со centre of such a geographical zone, and neglect- is not intense enough to kill ..."