Definition of Physical phenomenon
1. Noun. A natural phenomenon involving the physical properties of matter and energy.
Specialized synonyms: Acoustic Phenomenon, Atmospheric Phenomenon, Boundary Layer, Chaos, Cloud, Decalescence, Electrical Phenomenon, Electricity, Energy, Energy, Free Energy, Power, Event, Field, Field Of Force, Force Field, Force, Hysteresis, Resonance, Mechanical Phenomenon, Opacity, Optical Phenomenon, Force Per Unit Area, Pressure, Pressure Level, Reflection, Reflexion, Refraction, Resolution, Resolving Power, Resolution, Conduction, Conductivity, Propagation, Fundamental Interaction, Interaction, Surface Tension, Syzygy, Transparence, Transparency, Turbulence, Turbulency, Chop, Floatation, Flotation
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Physical Phenomenon
Literary usage of Physical phenomenon
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1. A Residence of Twenty-one Years in the Sandwich Islands: Or, The Civil by Hiram Bingham (1849)
"Maigret and Murphy—Progress of the great Revival on Hawaii—Singular physical phenomenon in the ocean. THE close of 1836 was marked by the last illness and ..."
2. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1892)
"We remark, first, that If a physical phenomenon it may well be called -'evap- oration," there being no valid reason for the use of any other term. ..."
3. Memoirs and Proceedings of the Manchester Literary & Philosophical Society by Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society (1862)
"Should a physical phenomenon assume a geometrical form, a mathematician may argue upon it and draw from it some valuable inferences without understanding ..."
4. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members (1892)
"We remark, first, that if a physical phenomenon it may well be called "evaporation," there being no valid reason for the use of any other term. ..."
5. First Steps in Scientific Knowledge: Complete in Seven Parts by Paul Bert (1887)
"I hope you have understood and kept in mind what a chemical phenomenon is, as compared with a physical phenomenon. ... Is that a physical phenomenon 1 ..."
6. The Foundations of Normal and Abnormal Psychology by Boris Sidis (1914)
"We defined the psychic phenomenon in opposition to the physical phenomenon. Physical phenomena are in space, psychic phenomena are not spatial. ..."