Origin of equidistant
Examples from the Web for equidistant
Meanwhile, respondents put Obama at 3.9 and Romney at 6.1—each of them equidistant (1.1 points) from the center.Michael Tomasky on Mitt Romney and the Magical Powers of a Lie|Michael Tomasky|April 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We think a ratchet wheel should not be employed with equidistant pallets.An Analysis of the Lever Escapement|H. R. Playtner
There are two systems on which pallets for lever escapements are made, viz., equidistant lockings and circular pallets.Watch and Clock Escapements|Anonymous
They are a small chain of themselves, equidistant, and in a line from south-east to north-west.
British Dictionary definitions for equidistant
Word Origin and History for equidistant
1560s, from French équidistant (14c.), from Late Latin aequidistantem (nominative aequidistans), from aequi- (see equal) + distantem (see distant). In reference to a type of map projection, from 1866.