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- adv. In a parabolic manner
- adv. In the form of a parabola
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By way of parable; in a parabolic manner.
- adv. In the form of a parabola.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the manner of a parable or of parabole; by parable or by parabole.
- In the manner or form of a parabola.
A market that has moved parabolically as silver had in the past several months was particularly vulnerable to a sell-off, and all that was required was a tipping point -- which these margin increases provided.
We return yet again to the surface of the sun, its radiant energy locally reflected and parabolically concentrated onto a patch of turf somewhere in California.
Sanglier to say if he is instructed in the more mysterious and secret terms of the science, by which the more learned do emblematically, and as it were parabolically, express to each other what is conveyed to others in the ordinary language, taught in the very accidence as it were of
The price of oil jumped $3 the next day Wed., and from there on it has spike parabolically.
Libbrecht gives a very partial explanation in 5: a thin but growing facet is expected to have a parabolically curved edge, with a small radius of curvature.
There is some superimposed parabolically decreasing trend, and moreover the distance between the allowed values gets smaller as you go to the future.
Behind each of the secretaries, long hallways curved parabolically into the distance.
The sinister truth remained that, whether hyperbolically or parabolically borne away, the projectile would never again meet either the earth or the moon.
And we will vary an amplitude, sinusoidally, parabolically, exponentially, and present a succession of prime numbers.
Romanist's too, we will understand the eating and drinking in this place figuratively and parabolically.