/ (ˈmeɪtrɪˌsiːz, ˈmæ-) /

  1. a plural of matrix

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How to use matrices in a sentence

  • His arm was against the chart case, his fingers near the sealed tubes that held the jump matrices.

    Deathworld | Harry Harrison
  • The metal instantly solidifies, forming a slug (p. 063)having on its edge raised characters formed by the matrices.

  • The gangues (mineral matrices) of native silver are so numerous, that it may be said to occur in all kinds of rocks.

  • Each channel has at the lower end an escapement B to release the matrices one at a time.

    A Book of Exposition | Homer Heath Nugent
  • This done, the matrices are returned to the magazine and distributed, to be again composed in new relations for succeeding lines.

    A Book of Exposition | Homer Heath Nugent