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barometric pressure


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. atmospheric pressure as indicated by a barometer


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  • Doing it at an easy gradient and accustoming oneself to the lessened barometric pressure by slow degrees, there are no such dreadful symptoms.

    The Horror of the Heights

  • An approaching low pressure system in the atmosphere would make the “glass fall,” i.e, the barometric pressure gauge a column of mercury in a thin glass tube dip to a low level, appropriately marked on the barometer’s face as “stormy weather.”

    John Paul Jones


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