isoline


isoline

isoline [ahy-suh-lahyn] ExamplesWord Origin See more synonyms for isoline on Thesaurus.com noun Meteorology, Geography.

  1. isogram.

Origin of isoline First recorded in 1940–45; iso- + line1 Related Words for isoline contour, hachure, isoline Examples from the Web for isoline Historical Examples of isoline

  • He wished the Princess Isoline would have let him come to her.

    The Little Schoolmaster Mark

    J. H. Shorthouse

  • “Isoline never was very easy to understand,” said the Prince.

    The Little Schoolmaster Mark

    J. H. Shorthouse

  • Isoline, more and more alarmed at the ardent looks of the two whelps, trembled convulsively.

    The Pilgrim’s Shell or Fergan the Quarryman

    Eugne Sue

  • The gaolers obeyed, and soon the merchant and Isoline disappeared with them in the depths of the subterranean donjon.

    The Pilgrim’s Shell or Fergan the Quarryman

    Eugne Sue

  • Lady Campbell and Isoline await us there, with the troops left as their guard at Dumbarton.

    The Days of Bruce Vol 1

    Grace Aguilar

  • British Dictionary definitions for isoline isoline noun

    1. another term for isopleth

    isoline in Science isoline [ī′sə-līn′]

    1. A line on a map, chart, or graph connecting points of equal value.

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