- of or relating to the hygrometer or hygrometry.
Origin of hygrometric
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The hygrometric properties of the plant are certainly exceptional.Second Sight
This fluctuation is connected with that of the hygrometric condition of the air.Thunder and Lightning
It loses flavour by keeping, and also powerfully absorbs moisture from the atmosphere by reason of its hygrometric power.
Sir Isaac Newton was intensely interested in the hygrometric and barometric proceedings of the Danaids.The Note-Books of Samuel Butler
As the nitrate of soda is hygrometric, this powder must be preserved in closed vessels from the moisture of the air.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II