The height of anything above a reference amount, specifically above sea level or over the earth's area. See Synonyms at level.
increased location or area.
Astronomy The angular distance of a celestial object above the horizon.
Mathematics The perpendicular distance from the base of a geometric figure to the opposing vertex, synchronous part, or synchronous surface.
High place or ranking.
The height measured from sea level to any given point.
A vertical distance.
the length calculated perpendicularly from a figure's vertex on other region of the vertex.
The angular distance of a heavenly body above our Earth's horizon.
Space longer up; height; the perpendicular level of an object above its basis, above the surface, or above a given amount, or of just one object above another.
The elevation of a place, or celebrity, or other celestial item, above the horizon, calculated by the arc of a vertical group intercepted between such point additionally the horizon. It's either real or apparent; real when measured through the rational or genuine horizon, apparent when from the practical or apparent horizon.
The perpendicular length through the base of a figure towards summit, or to the medial side parallel towards the base
level of degree; greatest point or degree.
Height of ranking or superiority; superiority.
Elevation of spirits; heroics; haughty airs.
area longer up; height; their education or number of level of an object above its foundation, the floor, or confirmed amount; the quantity or distance in which one object is higher than another: as, the altitude of a mountain or a cloud.
The level of a place, star, or any other item above the horizon, measured by the arc of a vertical intercepted between these types of point and the horizon.
An elevation or height; everything extending far upward.
Highest point or level; complete height.
Elevation of nature; haughty environment: in this sense generally speaking found in the plural.
angular length above the horizon (especially of a celestial object)
level specially above sea-level or over the planet's area
the perpendicular length through the base of a geometric figure to the opposite vertex (or part if parallel)
The level of something above a reference amount, specially above sea level or over the planet's surface. See Synonyms at height.
increased location or area.
Astronomy The angular length of a celestial item above the horizon.
Mathematics The perpendicular length from the base of a geometric figure towards opposing vertex, parallel side, or parallel surface.
tall position or rank.
The height measured from sea-level up to a point.
A vertical distance.
the exact distance assessed perpendicularly from a figure's vertex into reverse region of the vertex.
The angular distance of a heavenly human body above our Earth's horizon.
Space stretched upward; level; the perpendicular elevation of an object above its foundation, over the floor, or above confirmed level, or of one object above another.
The level of a place, or celebrity, or other celestial item, over the horizon, calculated by the arc of a vertical circle intercepted between such point and horizon. Its either real or evident; true when measured through the rational or genuine horizon, evident when from the sensible or evident horizon.
The perpendicular distance through the base of a figure into summit, or even to the medial side parallel into the base
Height of degree; greatest point or level.
Height of ranking or superiority; superiority.
Elevation of spirits; heroics; haughty airs.
Space offered up; level; their education or amount of height of an object above its foundation, the bottom, or confirmed level; the amount or distance where one item exceeds another: as, the height of a mountain or a cloud.
The height of a point, celebrity, or other object over the horizon, measured by the arc of a vertical intercepted between these types of point together with horizon.
An elevation or height; everything expanding far up.
Highest point or degree; full level.
Elevation of spirit; haughty environment: within feeling typically utilized in the plural.
angular distance over the horizon (especially of a celestial object)
elevation specially above sea-level or over the earth's area
the perpendicular distance through the base of a geometric figure towards opposing vertex (or side if synchronous)
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