Origin of pleximeter
OTHER WORDS FROM pleximeterplex·i·met·ric [plek-suh-me-trik], /ˌplɛk səˈmɛ trɪk/, adjectiveplex·im·e·try, noun
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How to use pleximeter in a sentence
Moreover, one always has his hands, but may forget his hammer and pleximeter.
The little hammer and hard rubber, celluloid, bone, or ivory pleximeter does not seem to me to be nearly as good as the fingers.
A percussion hammer and pleximeter may be purchased from any veterinary instrument maker.
Percussion is sometimes practiced with the aid of a special percussion hammer and an object known as a pleximeter to strike upon.