/ (French babɪnɛ) /
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Jacques (ʒɑk) 1794–1872, French physicist, noted for his work on the diffraction of light
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Words nearby Babinet
Bābī, Babia Góra, Babian Jiang, babiche, babies'-breath, Babinet, Babington, Babinski effect, Babinski's reflex, babirusa, Babism
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How to use Babinet in a sentence
In the opinion of M. Babinet, the phenomena of the tables offer no difficulty whatever!
We are fain to believe that M. Babinet himself has little doubt about his "impossibility."
What an admirable face Father Babinet, member of the reading committee of the Odon, will have!Bouvard and Pcuchet, part 2|Gustave Flaubert
It became a very interesting question with them who this M. Babinet might be.Pages From an Old Volume of Life|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
Babinet had tried another form of the experiment previously.The Ether of Space|Oliver Lodge