verb (used with object), ther·mo·stat·ted or ther·mo·stat·ed; ther·mo·stat·ting or ther·mo·stat·ing.
Origin of thermostat
Examples from the Web for thermostatic
This is accomplished by means of a thermostatic bar made of plates of brass and vulcanite fastened together.
Fig. 69 shows a thermostatic control valve attached to the bottom of a heater coil, and at the side of storage tank.Elements of Plumbing|Samuel Dibble
The automatic iron has what is called a thermostatic control which holds the temperature of the iron at the heat you want.Electricity for the 4-H Scientist|Eric B. Wilson
It probably wouldn't be noticed that the torn and blood-spattered clothes on the corpse were not thermostatic.The Standardized Man|Stephen Bartholomew
A device that monitors and automatically responds to changes in temperature and activates switches controlling devices such as furnaces or air conditioners.