[ee-kwi-dis-tuh nt, ek-wi-]
- equally distant.
Origin of equidistant
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Examples from the Web for equidistant
Meanwhile, respondents put Obama at 3.9 and Romney at 6.1—each of them equidistant (1.1 points) from the center.Michael Tomasky on Mitt Romney and the Magical Powers of a Lie
April 10, 2012
But, again, the middle will be equidistant from the extremes; or it would not be in the middle?
Why, because the round is that of which all the extreme points are equidistant from the centre?
The end of the world is not near and the dream of a millennium is equidistant.
In the first word the letters were equidistant and beautifully uniform.
Pallets may be divided into two kinds, namely: equidistant and circular.An Analysis of the Lever Escapement
H. R. Playtner
- distant by equal amounts from two or more places
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Word Origin and History for equidistant
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- Equally distant.
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