### Definition of Isometrical

1. Adjective. Having equal dimensions or measurements.

Exact synonyms: Isometric
Similar to: Equal
Derivative terms: Isometry, Isometry, Isometry

### Definition of Isometrical

1. Adjective. (dated form of isometric) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

### Medical Definition of Isometrical

1. 1. Pertaining to, or characterised by, equality of measure. 2. Noting, or conforming to, that system of crystallization in which the three axes are of equal length and at right angles to each other; monometric; regular; cubic. Cf. Crystallization. Isometric lines, lines representing in a diagram the relations of pressure and temperature in a gas, when the volume remains constant. Isometrical perspective. See Perspective. Isometrical projection, a species of orthographic projection, in which but a single plane of projection is used. It is so named from the fact that the projections of three equal lines, parallel respectively to three rectangular axes, are equal to one another. This kind of projection is principally used in delineating buildings or machinery, in which the principal lines are parallel to three rectangular axes, and the principal planes are parallel to three rectangular planes passing through the three axes. Origin: Iso- + Gr. Measure. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Isometrical

 isometricisometric chartisometric contractionisometric contraction periodisometric exerciseisometric lineisometric period of cardiac cycleisometric perspectiveisometric relaxationisometric relaxation period isometric rulerisometric spaceisometric spacesisometric tensionisometric tractionisometrical (current term)isometricallyisometricsisometriesisometropia isometropiasisometryisomonodromicisomonodromyisomorphisomorphicisomorphic responseisomorphicallyisomorphismisomorphisms

### Literary usage of Isometrical

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

1. A Manual of Elementary Projection Drawing, Involving Three Dimensions by Samuel Edward Warren (1872)
"Let PL X., Fig. Ill, be a square in which a circle is circumscribed. The rhombus—Fig. 112—is the isometrical drawing of the same square, CA being equal to ..."

2. A Course in Mechanical Drawing by John Simpson Reid (1898)
"The difference then between the angle 2, I,3 and the angle 4, I, 3 is 15°, and the proportion of the isometrical projection to the actual object is as the ..."

3. Elementary Projection Drawing: Theory and Practice. For Preparatory and by Samuel Edward Warren (1886)
"112—is the isometrical drawing of tho same square, CA being equal to C'A'. ... Having now eight points of the ellipse which will be the isometrical ..."

4. A Manual of Industrial Drawing for Carpenters and Other Wood-workers by Wilbur F. Decker (1892)
"An isometrical projection of an object is, then, simply an elevation, with the object taken in a ... The three surfaces shown in the isometrical view, also, ..."

5. Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Fire Underwriters Association (1882)
"The difference between perspective drawing and isometrical drawing is this: Perspective drawing obeys that natural law which makes distant things appear ..."

6. A Manual of Elementary Projection Drawing, Involving Three Dimensions by Samuel Edward Warren (1872)
"Let PL X., Fig. Ill, be a square in which a circle is circumscribed. The rhombus—Fig. 112—is the isometrical drawing of the same square, CA being equal to ..."

7. A Course in Mechanical Drawing by John Simpson Reid (1898)
"The difference then between the angle 2, I,3 and the angle 4, I, 3 is 15°, and the proportion of the isometrical projection to the actual object is as the ..."

8. Elementary Projection Drawing: Theory and Practice. For Preparatory and by Samuel Edward Warren (1886)
"112—is the isometrical drawing of tho same square, CA being equal to C'A'. ... Having now eight points of the ellipse which will be the isometrical ..."

9. A Manual of Industrial Drawing for Carpenters and Other Wood-workers by Wilbur F. Decker (1892)
"An isometrical projection of an object is, then, simply an elevation, with the object taken in a ... The three surfaces shown in the isometrical view, also, ..."

10. Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Fire Underwriters Association (1882)
"The difference between perspective drawing and isometrical drawing is this: Perspective drawing obeys that natural law which makes distant things appear ..."