from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An instrument for measuring very slight earthquake-shocks, or vibrations of the earth's surface such as are sometimes called earth-tremors; a microseismograph.


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  • What you require to make the records is a seismograph with large but exceeding light indices, or a Perry tromometer ....

    The Alleged Haunting of B—— House

  • Professor Galli's seismodynamograph registered a very slight movement at 10 P.M., and at Rome itself Professor de Rossi found a tromometer making unusual oscillations at 10.15 P.M. [

    A Study of Recent Earthquakes


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