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- adj. Relating to, or observed with, a barometer, barometric.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or of the nature of a barometer; barometric.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. relating to atmospheric pressure or indicated by a barometer
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However, during the first week of April, after a sudden barometrical fall, a renewed rise was marked by a heavy gale of wind, lasting five or six days; then the needle of the instrument remained stationary at a height of twenty-nine inches and nine-tenths, and the weather appeared propitious for an excursion.
The wind was then blowing from the south-west in the mild degree which in barometrical language is ranked ‘No. 2, light breeze.’
The barometrical observations, which had been regularly taken from Sydney to this place, did not give us an elevation of more than six hundred feet above the level of the sea;
Took some barometrical observations, and at half-past six continued our upward way.
New World, taken from barometrical observations, with all the requisite allowances and calculations carefully made.
At Potosí the boiling-point is still lower, being 188°, and the barometrical column stands at 18°.
Abby of the Signal Service, Mr. Holden took frequent barometrical and hygrometrical observations in his later excursions.
At this I opened my eyes inadvertently -- nobody could help it -- and saw the barometrical change in poppa's countenance.
True to its barometrical functions, my throat was predicting a storm.
We found the mountain to be 4860 feet above the sea, barometrical admeasurement, and the flagstaff itself in latitude