Definition of Isochrones

1. Noun. (plural of isochrone) ¹



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Definition of Isochrones

1. isochrone [n] - See also: isochrone

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isochrones

isochoric
isochors
isochromane
isochromanequinone
isochromanequinone reductase
isochromanes
isochromatic
isochromatophil
isochromic anaemia
isochromosome
isochromosomes
isochron
isochronal
isochronally
isochrone
isochrones (current term)
isochronia
isochronic
isochronism
isochronisms
isochronon
isochronons
isochronous
isochronously
isochrons
isochrony
isochroous
isocitrase
isocitrate
isocitrate dehydrogenase

Literary usage of Isochrones

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1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1873)
"If we take cases where the isochrones for the occasion are (1) N MB and (2) WVB, the first being with a N. and the second with a W. wind, then, ..."

2. Space, Time, and Deity: The Gifford Lectures at Glasgow, 1916-1918 by Samuel Alexander (1920)
"Thus there are isochrones of o in the whole of Space, which are not related to it as its isochrones are in its own perspective, and which do not appear as ..."

3. Bulletin by Mount Weather Observatory, Bluemont, Va, United States Weather Bureau (1911)
"The isochrones of this gust are shown in fig. 29. ... On this chart is visible a heavy line of convergence drawn parallel to the isochrones of fig. 29. ..."

4. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1873)
"If we take cases where the isochrones for the occasion are (1) N MB and (2) WVB, the first being with a N. and the second with a W. wind, then, ..."

5. Space, Time, and Deity: The Gifford Lectures at Glasgow, 1916-1918 by Samuel Alexander (1920)
"Thus there are isochrones of o in the whole of Space, which are not related to it as its isochrones are in its own perspective, and which do not appear as ..."

6. Bulletin by Mount Weather Observatory, Bluemont, Va, United States Weather Bureau (1911)
"The isochrones of this gust are shown in fig. 29. ... On this chart is visible a heavy line of convergence drawn parallel to the isochrones of fig. 29. ..."

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