Related formsdi·rec·tion·al·i·ty, noundi·rec·tion·al·ly, adverbun·di·rec·tion·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for directional
Less than 24 hours after the news leaked, all directional jokes have officially been cracked.North West: Behind Kim and Kanye’s Odd Baby Name Choice|Pamela Redmond Satran/Nameberry, Linda Rosenkrantz|June 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In Milan, one of the most directional designers in recent seasons has been Raf Simons of Jil Sander.
I was very determined to make it fashion-forward and directional and relevant.
Historical destinies are directional, not precisely preordained.
But we can't control the directional and dimensional scope of the warp.Circus|Alan Edward Nourse
Lateral Stability is far more difficult for the designer to secure than is longitudinal or directional stability.The Aeroplane Speaks|H. Barber
Suddenly, above the steady buzz of the directional beacon came the sharp signal of the Bellefonte marker beacon.The Flying Reporter|Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss
Class C: Directional relation changing periodically; velocity ratio constant or varying.
From the edge of this depression, rose the slender rod of a speaker, a small, directional loud-speaker blossoming from it.The Best Made Plans|Everett B. Cole
British Dictionary definitions for directional
- having or relating to an increased sensitivity to radio waves, sound waves, nuclear particles, etc, coming from a particular direction
- (of an aerial) transmitting or receiving radio waves more effectively in some directions than in others
- concentrated in, following, or producing motion in a particular direction
- indicating direction