barometer

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  • Of course she could make nothing out of the barometer, and said so. Cited from The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Tales,Harte
  • Only a barometer that is out of order will always stand at set fair. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: Psalms, Maclaren
  • He has been looking through his book and knows more about the barometer than his teacher does. Cited from The Mason-Bees, by J. Henri Fabre
  • Suddenly the barometer fell after keeping somewhat high during the earlier hours of the day. Cited from Robur the Conqueror, Jules Verne
  • This is nothing more than the barometer used in all our houses. Cited from Lectures on Popular and Scientific Subjects, by J. S. Sinclair
  • Outside the same state of things continues, and the barometer is going down. Cited from The South Pole, Vols 1 and 2, Roald Amundsen
  • Besides, there was no appearance that the barometer would rise for some time. Cited from Dick Sand, by Jules Verne
  • In looking at the barometer my head fell over my left shoulder. Cited from The Dominion of the Air, by J. M. Bacon
  • When you wrote to me last month to send you the barometer, it made me smile. Cited from The Happy Foreigner, by Enid Bagnold
  • It should also be noted that many plants are considered good barometers. Cited from The Folk-lore of Plants, by T. F. Thiselton-Dyer
  • Towards evening the barometer, which had been falling all day, went lower and lower. Cited from Five Republics on Horseback, by G. Whitfield Ray
  • Although I look at it at least every half-hour, the barometer will not go up. Cited from The South Pole, Vols 1 and 2, Roald Amundsen
  • Why did he play such a trick upon us about the barometer? Cited from When the World Shook, by H. Rider Haggard
  • Then there are those new style of barometers, the long straight ones. Cited from Three Men in a Boat, by Jerome K. Jerome
  • Finally the barometer records told the same story, although in less precise form. Cited from The Man Who Rocked the Earth, by Arthur Train and Robert Williams Wood
  • We can do it by the barometer and by very many experiences in daily life. Cited from A Catechism of Familiar Things, by Benziger Brothers
  • At its setting in the barometer is generally low, sometimes below twenty-nine inches. Cited from The Hurricane Guide, by William Radcliff Birt
  • He argued the test was no barometer of success in law school.
  • Every human barometer among them warned him to wait a day or so. Cited from St. Nicholas Magazine for Boys and Girls, Vol. 5, Sep 1878, No. 11
  • He even learned how to make new barometers by himself.
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Meaning of barometer

  • noun An instrument that measures atmospheric pressure