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- adv. In a horizontal direction or position.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a horizontal direction or position; on a level.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a horizontal direction or position; in the direction of the horizon; on a level: as, a line stretched horizontally.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a horizontal direction
Select all, and in the Align palette toggle the artboard and center the label horizontally and vertically.
The proper way to make melba toast: cut off crust and then cut horizontally from the edge to make one slice into two very thing slices.
Those who stand to gain from our assets and efforts, however, have duped the rest of us into believing that growing horizontally, which is to say increasing our material footprint on the world, is a satisfactory substitute for growing vertically by increasing in wisdom, knowledge, peace, compassion, and illumination.
He could spring twenty feet horizontally from a sitting position.
They hung from metal fixtures, cast with inscrutable Gothic figures, protruding horizontally from the walls.
Speaking of handles, you can choose from those that extend horizontally from the pan or rise up vertically.
The shape of the slices, when cut horizontally, is that of a five-pointed star.
Low, round tortilla tables, are recognizable in this way by a small, carved handhold area extending horizontally from the surface.
Wide and soft and dimpled, with two short wings of dry, fair hair flaring almost horizontally from a center part.
The shape of carambola slices, when cut horizontally, is that of a five-pointed star.
The shape of carambola slices, when cut horizontally, is that of a five-pointed star. The flesh is sweet, crisp and golden yellow. Al cortar las carambola horizontalmente, las rebanadas forman una estrella de cinco puntas. La fruta es dulce, crujiente y de un color amarillo dorado.