Definition of Matrixes

1. Noun. (plural of matrix) ¹



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Definition of Matrixes

1. matrix [n] - See also: matrix

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Matrixes

matrix calculi
matrix calculus
matrix decomposition
matrix inversion
matrix isolation
matrix mechanics
matrix mitochondrialis
matrix multiplication
matrix operation
matrix printer
matrix processing peptidase
matrix proteins
matrix retainer
matrix transposition
matrix unguis
matrixes (current term)
matrixial
matrixlike
matroclinous
matroid
matroidal
matroids
matron
matron of honor
matrona
matronage
matronal
matronhood
matronize
matronized

Literary usage of Matrixes

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1. Memoir of Thomas Thomson, Advocate by Cosmo Innes (1854)
"The mere cutting of the type matrixes cost Mr. Thomson a world of personal trouble and time; for in Scotland such studies and all record learning were dead, ..."

2. Publications by Bannatyne Club (Edinburgh, Scotland) (1854)
"The mere cutting of the type matrixes cost Mr. Thomson a world of personal trouble and time; for in Scotland such studies and all record learning were dead, ..."

3. Invention, the Master-key to Progress by Bradley Allen Fiske (1921)
"Why make matrixes for type, then cast the type, then space the type ... much easier simply to place the matrixes in line and then stereotype the matrixes? ..."

4. A Retrospect of the First Ten Years of the Protestant Mission to China: (now by William Milne (1820)
"The price. of matrixes for alphabetic languages I am utterly ignorant of; but let it be supplied, for the fake of argument, that each matrix ..."

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