Origin of gyration
Related formsgy·ra·tion·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for gyration
Or the receiver leaping in gyration to catch a poorly thrown ball that defies all bounds of athleticism.
This awful typhoon caught Venice in its gyration, affording a splendidly hideous field for philosophical reflection.The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi|Count Carlo Gozzi
At B is seen a conical roller, having the middle of the bottom of the tub for its summit and centre of gyration.A New Century of Inventions|James White
Madeleine lifted her heavy-lidded eyes a little wonderingly to her sister's face, as she paused in her gyration.The Light of Scarthey|Egerton Castle
Radius of GyrationThe distance from the center of gyration to the axis of rotation.Time Telling through the Ages|Harry Chase Brearley
The fingers themselves, provided they are very clean, have no power to stop the gyration.