adjective Also i·so·met·ri·cal.
Examples from the Web for isometric
In an isometric squat, drop down into your squat position and then just hold it there for as long as you can.Squats: The Absolutely Incredible Secret to Staying in Shape|Ari Meisel|January 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Isometric means a method of drawing any object in such a manner that the height, length andp.
The method of making the breaks is shown in the photographs and by the isometric sketch at F, Fig. 15.
Thus, a cube can be drawn so as to make an isometric figure, as in Fig. 115, where the three sides are equal to each other.
Isometric projection enables one to show the length, breadth, and thickness of an object drawn to scale on the one drawing.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
A new specially ruled paper to enable you to make sketches or drawings in isometric perspective without any figuring or fussing.Aviation Engines|Victor Wilfred Pag
British Dictionary definitions for isometric
adjective Also: isometrical
Word Origin for isometric
Word Origin and History for isometric
1838, literally "of the same measure," coined from Greek isos "equal" (see iso-) + metron "measure" (see meter (n.2)). Originally a method of using perspective in drawing; the physiological sense relating to muscular action is from 1891, from German isometrisch in this sense (1882).