Related formsan·thro·po·met·ric [an-thruh-puh-me-trik, -poh-] /ˌæn θrə pəˈmɛ trɪk, -poʊ-/, an·thro·po·met·ri·cal, adjectivean·thro·po·met·ri·cal·ly, adverban·thro·pom·e·trist, noun
Examples from the Web for anthropometric
The anthropometric committee reported to the British Association in 1883 that women are little more than half as strong as men.Sex and Society|William I. Thomas
They were photographed, subjected to anthropometric examinations, and their finger prints taken, etc.The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell
Modern science assists them from the start with anthropometric examinations, and scientific methods are in use in every school.
The heightened stature of women was a favourite topic in anthropometric circles long before the War.
The main objective is a description of these people by means of anthropometric procedure.A Racial Study of the Fijians|Norman E. Gabel