from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A recording anemometer.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An instrument for measuring and recording either the velocity or the direction of the wind, or both.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun An instrument for measuring and recording the direction and force of the wind.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun An
anemometerthat makes a graphical recording
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The meteograph, with the anemograph, cost £600, but the great advantage is that no assistant is required to sit up at night, and that all the figures wanted for climatic constants are ready tabulated without any further labor.
The anemograph screen was blown over and smashed beyond all repair.
In a seventy-five-mile wind, Hodgeman had several fingers frost-bitten this morning while attending to the anemograph.
Madigan visiting the anemograph screen in a high wind
However, the anemograph several times discharged a continuous stream of sparks into
The hut is towards the left-hand side and the anemograph is on the hill.
Madigan was thrown over and had a hard fall on his arm, smashing a bottle of the special ink which was used for the anemograph pen.
There were set up a recording anemometer (wind-velocity meter), a sunshine-meter and the second screen containing the anemograph
(anemograph) for a period of twenty-four hours, Adelie Land
n. - recording anemometer. anemogram, n. record made by an anemograph. adj.