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Definitions of vertical

  1.   Of or pertaining to the vertex; situated at the vertex, or highest point; directly overhead, or in the zenith; perpendicularly above one.
  2.   A whorl, a collection of similar parts radiating from a common axis.
  3.   Being at the highest point, or directly overhead.
  4.   1. Relating to the vertex, or crown of the head. 2. Perpendicular.
  5.   Vertical position; zenith.
  6.   Pertaining to, or situated at, the apex or top; leading toward the zenith; at right angles with the herizon; upright; in an up and down direction.
  7.   upright in position or posture; " an erect stature"; " erect flower stalks"; " for a dog, an erect tail indicates aggression"; " a column still vertical amid the ruins"; " he sat bolt upright"
  8.   A fine, plane, or circle at right angles with the horizon.
  9.   Verticalness, verticality.
  10.   Standing upright; lengthwise, in direction of axis; vertex of head.
  11.   position; zenith.
  12.   Of or pert. to the vertex; perpendicular; standing upright; placed, or being perpendicularly, over the head; in geom., denoting the opposite angles made by the intersection of two straight lines.
  13.   a vertical structural member as a post or stake; " the ball sailed between the uprights"
  14.   A vertical line.
  15.   Perpendicular to the plane of the horizon; upright; plumb; as, a vertical line.
  16.   A vertical line, plane, or circle.
  18.   Pertaining to the vertex: placed in the zenith: perpendicular to the plane of the horizon.
  19.   something that is oriented vertically
  20.   at right angles to the plane of the horizon or a base line; " a vertical camera angle"; " the monument consists of two vertical pillars supporting a horizontal slab"; " measure the perpendicular height"
  21.   Vertically.
  22.   In the zenith; perpendicular to the horizon.
  23.   Perpendicular; upright.
  24.   Pertaining to the vertex; placed or being in the zenith; perpendicular to the plane of the horizon. Vertical circle, a great circle passing through the zenith and the nadir. The prime vertical, that vertical circle which passes through the east and west points. Vertical plane, a plane passing through the vertex and axis of a cone.

Quotes of vertical

  1. When I came from horizontal vertical straight all old stuff then suddenly I go also again in curved lines. And there I submit to changes in the intensity of my hand leading a tool, you see. – Josef Albers
  2. I vertically center things in tables a lot, and the fact that there is no way to control vertical positioning in divs affects the way we do things across the board. – Mike Davidson
  3. The timelessness of a concept has to be woven into the running warp of dying time, vertical power has to be wedded to the horizontal earth. – Ella Maillart
  4. It seems to me that for Darwin the pulsing of evolutionary rates was a strictly vertical phenomenon. – Ernst Mayr
  5. Who owns the NY Post? 20th Century Fox. Talk about vertical integration. – Joe Pantoliano
  6. Emphasis was usually put on the horizontal acceleration factor, for the simple reason that ordinary structures have a built -in safety factor for the vertical component; that is, gravity. – Charles Francis Richter
  7. In the 1950s, I proposed the survivor method of determining the efficient sizes of enterprises, and worked on delivered price systems, vertical integration, and similar topics. – George Stigler
  8. With respect to the FBI, they had problems communicating in a vertical way, within the FBI itself, so that information of importance could get pushed up to those who were decision -makers. – Richard Ben-Veniste

Usage examples for vertical

  1. About 15th January we crossed the sun, which for a short time was vertical at noon. ” – Six Letters From the Colonies by Robert Seaton
  2. As it drew nearer true vertical a chanting began among the men with up- turned faces. ” – The Sky Is Falling by Lester del Rey
  3. “ 2555, which is for a vertical engine. ” – Modern Machine-Shop Practice, Volumes I and II by Joshua Rose
  4. The rudder was made of movable horizontal and vertical blades. ” – Story of the Aeroplane by C. B. Galbreath
  5. Abaft the forward turret there is a vertical armored tube resting on the protective deck and at its upper end is the conning tower, from which the ship is worked when in action and which is well safe- guarded. ” – Marvels of Modern Science by Paul Severing
  6. The sharp claws of the bee- eaters enable the birds to obtain a foothold on an almost vertical surface; this foothold is strengthened by the tail which, being stiff, acts as a third leg. ” –  by
  7. There were deep vertical lines in his face. ” – The Sisters-In-Law by Gertrude Atherton
  8. The position of the other points on either side of this vertical line can then be observed. ” – The Practice and Science Of Drawing by Harold Speed
  9. She is struck by an identical blow, with the same instrument, in the same place, the middle of the forehead, producing an absolutely vertical wound. ” – The Eight Strokes of the Clock by Maurice Le Blanc
  10. This distribution is vertical i. ” – The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies by Robert Gordon Latham
  11. Then, knowing that there were guns enough and to spare without ours, we shouldered our hot rifles and trudged back to " Buckman's Tavern," through the dust, behind a straw- covered wain which was driving slowly under the heat of an almost vertical sun. ” – Cardigan by Robert W. Chambers
  12. It may occur at almost any angle up to vertical – Geology by James Geikie
  13. Then Androvsky looked down, and two vertical lines appeared on his high forehead above his eyebrows. ” – The Garden Of Allah by Robert Hichens
  14. “ For a moment it stopped in a vertical position, and hung quivering, like a beast about to leap upon its prey. ” – Into the Primitive by Robert Ames Bennet
  15. He smiled and reached out his hand for the familiar vertical file. ” – Mezzerow Loves Company by Floyd L. Wallace
  16. These preliminary remarks will prepare the reader to understand the great theoretical interest attached to all facts connected with the position of strata, whether horizontal or inclined, curved or vertical – The Student's Elements of Geology by Sir Charles Lyell
  17. You can see that the two farther vertical edges or corners appear shorter than the nearer one, just as trees in the distance appear smaller than trees of equal size near you. ” – Text Books of Art Education, Book IV (of 7) by Hugo B. Froehlich Bonnie E. Snow
  18. “ I noticed that Mrs. Falchion's brow contracted as the song proceeded, making a deep vertical line between the eyes, and that the fingers of the hand nearest me closed on the chair- arm firmly. ” – Mrs. Falchion, Complete by Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 12, 2009
  19. The rain continued most of the day, but we set out at half past seven P. M., crossing loose ice, as usual, and much of the surface consisting of detached vertical needles. ” – Three Voyages for the Discovery of a Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and Narrative of an Attempt to Reach the North Pole, Volume 2 (of 2) by Sir William Edward Parry
  20. Usually he drills his holes in rings around the tree- trunk, but in this instance his longest lines of holes are vertical – The Woodpeckers by Fannie Hardy Eckstorm