the product range of a melody, particularly those of ecclesiastical chants
The exterior side or border of something, such as a leaf or shell.
A canvassing for votes.
the outside advantage or border of a thing, given that border of a leaf, and/or outline of a bivalve shell.
A canvassing for ballots.
A going round; a circuit; the circumference, periphery, advantage, or edge of anything, by a leaf and/or valve of a shell.
2. In design, an open space surrounding a building or a monument.
In antiquity, an open room about a house splitting it from adjoining dwellings, and representing the ancient sacred precinct around a household hearth. In Rome the width for the ambitus ended up being fixed for legal reasons at 2½ foot.
In ancient Rome, the act of canvassing for general public company or honors. See ambition, 1.—5. In logic, the extension of a term.
In Gregorian songs. the range or compass of a melody.
when you look at the flat seaurchins or echinoids, the peripheral or equatorial part of the test which is maybe not transsected by the ambulacra.
A theory or system of social reform which contemplates a complete reconstruction of society with a more just and equitable distribution of property and labor In popular usage the term is often employed to indicate any lawless revolutionary social scheme See Communism Fourierism Saint Simonianism forms of socialism...