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coseismal

[ koh-sahyz-muhl, -sahys- ]
/ koʊˈsaɪz məl, -ˈsaɪs- /
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adjective
of, relating to, or being in a line, curve, etc., connecting or comprising points on the earth's surface at which an earthquake wave arrives simultaneously.
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Also co·seis·mic [koh-sahyz-mik, -sahys-] /koʊˈsaɪz mɪk, -ˈsaɪs-/ .

Origin of coseismal

First recorded in 1850–55; co- + seismal

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British Dictionary definitions for coseismal

coseismal

coseismic

/ (kəʊˈsaɪzməl) /

adjective
of or designating points at which earthquake waves are felt at the same time
(of a line on a map) connecting such points
noun
such a line on a map
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