Definition of Rectilinearly

1. Adverb. In a rectilinear fashion. ¹



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Definition of Rectilinearly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rectilinearly

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rectifier tube
rectifiers
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rectifying
rectifying synapse
rectifying tube
rectifying valve
rectilineal
rectilineally
rectilinear
rectilinear regression
rectilinearity
rectilinearization
rectilinearly (current term)
rectilineous
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rectitis
rectitude
rectitudes
rectitudinity
rectitudinous
recto
recto-

Literary usage of Rectilinearly

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1. Pharmaceutical Journal by Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1844)
"In this property also circularly-polarized light agrees with common or unpolarized light, but differs from rectilinearly polarized light. 3. ..."

2. Lectures on Polarized Light: Together with a Lecture on the Microscope by Jonathan Pereira (1854)
"Now every circularly-polarized ray is equal to two rectilinearly polarized waves, differing in their progress an odd number of \ undulations. ..."

3. The Nature of Light: With a General Account of Physical Optics by Eugene Lommel (1876)
"... and again gives rise to a rectilinearly polarised ray which now vibrates in PQ, and consequently disappears when the plane of vibration of the second ..."

4. Lectures on Polarized Light: Together with a Lecture on the Microscope by Jonathan Pereira (1854)
"Now every circularly-polarized ray is equal to two rectilinearly polarized waves, differing in their progress an odd number of | undulations. ..."

5. Space and Time in Contemporary Physics: An Introduction to the Theory of by Moritz Schlick (1920)
"It is a matter of everyday experience that all mechanical events take place in a system which is moving uniformly and rectilinearly (eg in a moving ship or ..."

6. Lectures on Polarized Light: Together with a Lecture on the Microscope by Jonathan Pereira (1854)
"rectilinearly polarized light, however, agrees with the circular light in producing complementary tints ; but they are not the same in the two cases ; those ..."

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