Derived Formsthermoscopic (ˌθɜːməˈskɒpɪk) or thermoscopical, adjectivethermoscopically, adverb
Examples from the Web for thermoscope
The instrument shown in his sketch resembles a Galilean thermoscope.
Torricelli's apparatus, unlike Galileo's thermoscope, represented the barometer in essentially its classical form.
In order to determine the effect of radiation in the cooling of bodies, Rumford employed the thermoscope referred to by Cuvier.Heroes of Science: Physicists|William Garnett
Try the experiment of concentrating on a thermoscope, by means of a burning-glass, the moon's rays.An Introduction to the History of Science|Walter Libby
My Thermoscope, being fitted somewhat at adventures, I have found at the lowest to be somewhat more than 12.