Definition of Suspension point

1. Noun. (usually plural) one of a series of points indicating that something has been omitted or that the sentence is incomplete.

Language type: Plural, Plural Form
Generic synonyms: Full Point, Full Stop, Period, Point, Stop



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Suspension Point

suspense
suspense account
suspenseful
suspensefully
suspensefulness
suspenseless
suspenser
suspensers
suspenses
suspensibilities
suspensibility
suspensible
suspension
suspension bridge
suspension of disbelief
suspension point (current term)
suspension system
suspensionless
suspensions
suspensive
suspensively
suspensiveness
suspensor
suspensories
suspensors
suspensory
suspensory bandage
suspensory ligament
suspensory ligaments
suspicable

Literary usage of Suspension point

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

1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1900)
"Now, according to Florian, the suspension-point should have been 0.52 Weimar Klafter from the center of the cord ; but if we consider that Florian used a ..."

2. Earthquakes in the Light of the New Seismology by Clarence Edward Dutton (1904)
"We noted, also, that the greater the displacement of the suspension-point the more quickly did the pendulum acquire its swing and the greater the amplitude ..."

3. The Steam Engine and Gas and Oil Engines: A Book for the Use of Students who by John Perry (1902)
"The paths of the suspension point S and four other points are shown for each ... In the second set the suspension point is really the middle of the chord of ..."

4. The Evolution of Mine-surveying Instruments by Dunbar D. Scott (1902)
"... in which the angle is 46° 42', the distance of the suspension-point from the center is given at 0.098 of the length of the cord ; that is, in this case, ..."

5. The Evolution of Mine-surveying Instruments by Dunbar D. Scott (1902)
"Now, according to Florian, the suspension-point should have been 0.52 Weimar Klafter from the center of the cord ; but if we consider that Florian used a ..."

6. Governors and the Governing of Prime Movers by Willibald Trinks (1919)
"... the lever arm of the centrifugal mass about its suspension point (see Fig. ... t moment equal to - —j— about the suspension point of the inertia weight. ..."

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