Origin of isochronal
OTHER WORDS FROM isochronali·soch·ro·nal·ly, adverb
Words nearby isochronal
How to use isochronal in a sentence
There was something indescribably grim and bodeful in those isochronal batterings of the solid ground.Joan of Arc of the North Woods|Holman Day
A trombone blatted—there was the staccato tuck of a snare drum, and the boom of a bass drum came in with isochronal beats.When Egypt Went Broke|Holman Day
Isochronal, ī-sok′ron-al, adj. of equal time: performed in equal times—also Isoch′ronous.
It is often supposed that hairsprings having exactly even coils are correct for close position and isochronal rating.
Experiment will demonstrate that watches carefully adjusted to positions will also have a very close isochronal rate.