Origin of odometer
Related formso·do·met·ri·cal [oh-duh-me-tri-kuh l] /ˌoʊ dəˈmɛ trɪ kəl/, adjectiveo·dom·e·try, noun
Examples from the Web for odometer
Inferno pegs the odometer needle into the red at the outset and stays there for nearly 500 pages.
An Odometer is an apparatus for measuring distances travelled by whatsoever vehicle.
The big scientist kept an eye on his odometer, or mileage counter, while the boys watched for a clearing.The Flaming Mountain|Harold Leland Goodwin
We had been absent on our tour six weeks to a day and our odometer registered exactly 3070 miles.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
About the end of the 17th century, an artist in England, named Butterfield, invented an odometer which met with great approbation.
Bert consulted the odometer, or distance recording instrument, and announced that they had covered almost thirty-five miles!Bert Wilson at the Wheel|J. W. Duffield