A press having two, vertically mounted, steel plates brought together by a screw.
Then he enlarged the hole and slightly deepened it vertically.
This house-drain should be carefully laid in a straight line, both horizontally and vertically, for two reasons.
Basal ring violin-shaped, with ten to twelve flat lamellar, vertically descending feet, about as long as the ovate sagittal ring.
In fact it is simply a feathering paddle wheel, turned horizontally instead of vertically.
This lap is for the buttonholes, which are made vertically, three or four in the lap.
I saw a dark line that, like a crack, vertically intersected the cliff from parapet to base: it was the rope Garey had carried up.
Some of the mines are more than a mile deep (vertically), the deepest in the world.
If he has a machinegun, such as a Maxim or a mitrailleuse, it is almost out of the question to train it vertically.
We must have made two hundred, vertically, since this morning.
1550s, "of or at the vertex, directly overhead," from Middle French vertical (1540s), from Late Latin verticalis "overhead," from Latin vertex (genitive verticis) "highest point" (see vertex). Meaning "straight up and down" is first recorded 1704.
vertical ver·ti·cal (vûr'tĭ-kəl)
Of or relating to the vertex of the head.
Being or situated at right angles to the horizon; upright.