dip of the horizon definition

  • noun:
    • the angular despair associated with seen or noticeable horizon underneath the true or normal horizon; the perspective during the eye of an observer between a horizontal range and a tangent attracted from the eye into the surface regarding the ocean.
    • the straight angle involving the sensible horizon and a line into the noticeable horizon, the second always becoming below the former.
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