Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A concomitant or sympathetic vibration.

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Examples

  • When you fall into the ecstatic grip of a n|om hug, the amplified co-vibration can get into your spine.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • The exact manner in which this co-vibration takes place, and what reaction it has on the processes in the ether, could be investigated with the aid of the well-known laws of electromagnetism.

    Hendrik A. Lorentz - Nobel Lecture

  • The explanation of the chemical and heating action of light was sought in this transmission of motion, and a theory of colour dispersion had been based on the hypothesis that transparent substances, such as glass and water, also contained particles which were set into co-vibration under the influence of a beam of light.

    Hendrik A. Lorentz - Nobel Lecture

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