Origin of horizontal
Examples from the Web for horizontality
Historical Examples of horizontality
But these horizontal deposits do not all retain their horizontality.
Some of these strata of the secondary, epoch have only had their horizontality disturbed, while others are quite vertical.
The departure from horizontality, technically known as the dip, varies from point to point (Fig. 4).
Hence in normal cases its horizontality is an index of the orientation of the head.Pedagogical Anthropology
His hand supported his chin so that his long straggling beard protruded in a curious Egyptian horizontality.The Belovd Vagabond
William J. Locke
1550s, "relating to or near the horizon," from French horizontal, from Latin horizontem (see horizon). Meaning "flat" (i.e., "parallel to the horizon") is from 1630s. Related: horizontally.