- relating to altitude or height.
Origin of altitudinal
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Examples from the Web for altitudinal
Its migrations consisting more of altitudinal movements than of longitudinal.
The Wilson snipe migrates here to but little extent, and these migrations are altitudinal rather than latitudinal.
In reality, the assumption is sound only if the altitudinal distribution of migrants is uniform.
If it were applied to present altitudinal data, it would place the computational flight ceiling somewhere below 4000 feet.
A more serious possibility is that the altitudinal pattern may vary according to time or place.