We have determined the rotatory power of a number of gum solutions, the results of which are subjoined.
The radius and ulna are not ankylosed, but are incapable of any rotatory movement.
The steamer is a reservoir, and its rotatory power is free to be developed "inversely as its resistances."
This machine takes the name of torno, from its rotatory motion.
They called it a tornado; and it appeared to have quite the rotatory character of a hurricane.
Individual men are like the separate links of a rotatory chain.
This was worked by a rotatory handle on the side of the gun.
The condition of the rotatory system might now be described as that of equilibrium.
I find this rotatory plan exceedingly simple—pray, sir, does it work as well as it promises?
It was evident that the earth's rotatory movement was departing, steadily.
rotatory ro·ta·to·ry (rō'tə-tôr'ē)
Of, relating to, causing, or characterized by rotation.
Occurring or proceeding in alternation or succession.