American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Equal in duration.
- adj. Characterized by or occurring at equal intervals of time.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Uniform in time; of equal time; performed in equal times. Two pendulums which vibrate in the same time are isochronal; also, the vibrations of a pendulum in the curve of a cycloid have the same property, being all performed in the same time, whether the arc be large or small. Also isochronous.
- adj. having the same duration
- adj. happening at regular periods; isochronous, periodic
- adj. computing, of data time dependent
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Uniform in time; of equal time; performed in equal times; recurring at regular intervals.
- adj. equal in duration or interval
- isochron + -al (Wiktionary)
- From New Latin īsochronus, from Greek īsokhronos : īso-, iso- + khronos, time. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The assumption of isochronal behaviour is always a problem is both open and globular clusters.”
“Escapement friction plays an important role in the position and isochronal adjustments; the greater the friction encountered the slower the vibration of the balance.”
“There was something indescribably grim and bodeful in those isochronal batterings of the solid ground.”
“A trombone blatted -- there was the staccato tuck of a snare drum, and the boom of a bass drum came in with isochronal beats.”
“He chewed slowly, conscientiously and continuously on tobacco which bulged in his cheek; his jaws, moving as steadily as a pendulum swings, seemed to set the time for the isochronal whistle-blast.”
“It often happens, however, during the first critical epoch, which is isochronal with the technical educational period of a girl, that after a few occasions of catamenial hemorrhage, moderate perhaps but still hemorrhage, which are not heeded, the conservative force of Nature steps in, and saves the blood by arresting the function.”
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