[ UK /lˈɛmnɪskˌe‍ɪt/ ]
  1. any of several plane algebraic curves in the shape of a figure eight
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How To Use lemniscate In A Sentence

  • A lemniscate, an infinity symbol, glowed above his head. Rogue Oracle
  • Her gaze was caught on the glowing wand and lemniscate, and she thought of radiation. Rogue Oracle
  • The one Ariel did recognize shone bright white in the center of the robot's upper torso, a lemniscate crossed by an arrow at an upward angle: the sign of the Managins. Mirage
  • Some projective-geometrical considerations concerning the lemniscate are to be found in the previously mentioned writings of G. Adams and L. L.cher-Ernst. Man or Matter
  • 'lemniscate', a particular modification of the so-called Cassinian curves. 2 1 Man or Matter
  • You mentioned lemniscate periodic systems in one of your chemistry blogs. Table Manners
  • About the epoch of maximum of sun-spots they are large and nearly circular, having the same character as the curves for the summer months; whilst about the time of sun-spot minimum they are small and lemniscate-shaped, with a striking resemblance to the curves for the winter months. Autobiography
  • You have read, too, in _The Secret Doctrine, _ P.ofessor Crooke's theory, endorsed by H.P. Blavatsky, as to how the chemical elements were deposited by a spiral evolutive force, a creative impulse working outward in the form of a caduceus or lemniscate, or figure '8.' The Crest-Wave of Evolution A Course of Lectures in History, Given to the Graduates' Class in the Raja-Yoga College, Point Loma, in the College-Year 1918-19
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