/ (təˈsɪmɪtə) /
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a device for measuring small temperature changes. It depends on the changes of pressure resulting from expanding or contracting solids
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Derived forms of tasimetertasimetric (ˌtæsɪˈmɛtrɪk), adjectivetasimetry, noun
Word Origin for tasimeter
C19 tasi-, from Greek tasis tension + -meter
Words nearby tasimeter
tase, Taser, Tashi Lama, Tashkent, Tashlikh, tasimeter, task, taskbar, task force, taskmaster, taskmistress
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How to use tasimeter in a sentence
The lure of 1878 was the opportunity to try the ability of his delicate tasimeter during the total eclipse of the sun, July 29.
The tasimeter has been used to demonstrate heat from remote stars (suns), such as Arcturus.
Experiments with Edison's tasimeter seemed to show that the corona radiates a sensible amount of heat.A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century|Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke