from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. a constructive line, either drawn or imagined, which passes through the point of sight, and is the chief line in the projection upon which all verticals are fixed, and upon which all vanishing points are found.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The gravis, however, was generally converted into a short horizontal line (10765b07. gif), or a dot (
Were it not for the horizontal line of the Two-Edged Sword Mountains cutting across the view.
[* Shown on a horizontal line between Coracomorphae and Desmognathae.] 3.
Jack turned from Costas and pointed at the screen, which showed an isometric computer simulation of the DSRV against the iceberg, with a dotted red line running up at a 45-degree angle from the DSRV and then levelling to a horizontal line that ended at a dark mass near the centre of the berg.