# geometrically

[ US /ˌdʒiəˈmɛtɹɪkɫi/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˌiːə‍ʊmˈɛtɹɪkli/ ]
1. with respect to geometry
this shape is geometrically interesting
2. in a geometric fashion
it grew geometrically
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## How To Use geometrically In A Sentence

• The solution had to be general and calculable at the same time and in a mathematical fashion, that is, geometrically founded.
• To give you an example of how a diffracted field would differ from a field propagated geometrically, we consider the case of light traveling through a narrow slit in a metal plate: Optics basics: What is a wave? Part III: Diffraction « Skulls in the Stars
• Geometrically the resolvent enables us to resolve the whole spread represented by any given set of algebraic equations into definite irreducible spreads.
• All these influences helped him develop the geometrically regular and spare outlines that became the hallmark of his style.
• The moderne settings order the space geometrically and rationally while also demonstrating abstract decadence.
• Joshua David has described the atmosphere he and his co-founder envisioned as "less like a park and more like a scruffy wilderness," but the results will appear unruly only to those who still think of public gardens as requiring Victorian carpet bedding — yellow begonias and red pelargonium geometrically composed and obsessively mulched. Up in the Park
• While some reactions are linear, chain reactions can spread geometrically aka snowballing, potentially causing large and unexpected impact. Chain reaction
• Spending by Republican-controlled state governments increased geometrically, as roads, hospitals, prisons, asylums for orphans and the insane, and public schools were built all over the South. A Renegade History of the United States
• I can't be geometrically accurate about that, but there are proportions that are comfortable and proportions that aren't, and the ceiling height is an important part.
• The aplanat is a variation of the simple Abbe, but usually of 3 element design which furnishes a more geometrically perfect cone of light, though its chromatic aberrations are similar to the Abbe's.
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