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- adv. In meteorological terms; in the context of weather.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a meteorological aspect; with reference to meteorological conditions; by means of meteorology, or according to meteorological principles or methods.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to the weather
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On this day, already described as meteorologically evocative of Victor Hugo at his most dire, Claude LeFever had barged into the office of Marcel LeFever unannounced.
We were beginning to learn that though the season was "meteorologically" called summer, it was hardly recognizable as such.
And was he glossing over a larger truth, or at least one not meteorologically based—that occasional voluntary separation from one's spouse may be the secret to prolonged marital health?
Oh, well, on a more mundane level, I'd definitely live in a more meteorologically temperate zone than what I came to call the Unholy Land.
To wit, CJR's Ryan Chittum discovers Fortune's Duff McDonald, spinning so hard for the banks that it basically qualifies as a tropical depression, meteorologically speaking: Before we take the entire banking industry to task on the foreclosure mess, it bears reminding that the source of the problem is people who bought homes they couldn't afford.
Summer doesn't end -- meteorologically speaking -- until Sept. 22, several weeks after Labor Day.
In 1980, though, with management detaching the "Today" weather segment from the newscast, the door was open to a less meteorologically driven approach.
Vast asphalt geometries and bounded trajectories tattooed on the surface of the earth, they are described as the “nurseries” for our vehicular companions, reared in “a microcosm of the country, built for subjecting vehicles to all the types of terrain - from interstates, to suburban stop and go; from dirt roads to black ice” — where America is geographically, meteorologically and infrastructurally condensed.
Back in February, while sitting in the meteorologically neutral San Diego as Elaine and I pondered the possibility of moving back to the South, my one giant fear was Summer.
And, meteorologically, this can be been seen in the endless cycle of weather condensation, rain, evaporation.
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