Examples from the Web for thermometric
No series of thermometric observations worthy of confidence extend further back, in the United States, than seventy-eight years.The Philosophy of the Weather|Thomas Belden Butler
His thermometric element consisted of 12 balanced mercury thermometers.The Introduction of Self-Registering Meteorological Instruments|Robert P. Multhauf
Callender's, and Callender and Griffiths' work is devoted to the study of platinum for thermometric purposes.On Laboratory Arts|Richard Threlfall
In fact, the temperature obtained by the employment of ice precluded a thermometric register much below the freezing point.Up To Date Business|Various
The accompanying temperature diagram (Fig. 23) shows the thermometric record of an unusually protracted and grave case.
British Dictionary definitions for thermometric
Word Origin and History for thermometric
1630s, from French thermomètre (1620s), coined by Jesuit Father Leuréchon from Greek thermos "hot" (see thermal) + metron "measure" (see -meter). An earlier, Latinate form was thermoscopium (1610s). The earliest such device was Galileo's air-thermometer, invented c.1597.