Origin of epicenter
Related formsep·i·cen·tral, adjective
Examples from the Web for epicentral
Since etymology is epicentral to politics, the new titles that the Republican and Democratic parties choose must be right.
Violent as the shock was at the places just mentioned, it must have been still greater in certain parts of the epicentral area.
The centre of its epicentral area must therefore lie about three miles south-east of Hereford.
Fig. 28 shows the epicentral isoseismals as they are drawn by Mr. Earle Sloan.
Somewhat similar methods were employed by Mr. Oldham in the absence of seismographs from the epicentral area.
In the epicentral area, the sound that accompanied the earthquake was remarkable for its extraordinary loudness.