American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To study geometry.
- v. To apply the methods of geometry.
- v. To present in geometric form.
- v. To bring into conformance with the laws and principles of geometry.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To solve geometrical problems; speculate geometrically; practise geometry. The use of this word originated from Plato's saying (reported by Plutarch) that God continually geometrizes.
- To form geometrically or according to geometrical principles.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To investigate or apprehend geometrical quantities or laws; to make geometrical constructions; to proceed in accordance with the principles of geometry.
“Not only does nature everywhere geometrize, but she does so in a particular way, in which we discover dimensional sequences.”
“The pleasure a palace or a temple gives the eye, is, that an order and method has been communicated to stones, so that they speak and geometrize, become tender or sublime with expression.”
“The science of no man can be characteristic, no man can geometrize or chemically analyze after a manner peculiar to himself.”
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