Definition of Mensurations
1. mensuration [n] - See also: mensuration
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mensurations
Literary usage of Mensurations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Epidemic Pestilences: From the Earliest Ages, 1495 Years Before by Edward Bascome (1868)
"... moins deux mensurations par jour, matin et soir; dans un grand nombre de cas, elles ne suffisent point et il est toujours utile d'eu faire une troisième ..."
2. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1883)
"If as many places of the earth as possible are combined by such observations and mensurations and the condition is made, that the sum of UK squares of ..."
3. Notes on Herodotus: Original and Selected from the Best Commentators by Dawson William Turner (1857)
"... geometry to these mensurations, it can be hardly understood otherwise than of the mensurations of the areas of whole townships, though he might derive ..."
4. The Theory and Practice of Finding the Longitude at Sea Or Land: To which by Andrew Mackay (1809)
"... as deduced from the mensurations of each of these companies, being compared with themselves, and also with that formerly obtained from mensurations ..."