noun, plural ve·loc·i·ties.
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I know that it’s something that’s helped with my command and also my velocity.Cleveland’s League-Leading Rotation Relies On Homegrown Talent … From A Single Draft|Travis Sawchik|August 25, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Theorists had shown decades ago that coronal waves’ velocities can be used to infer the strength of the magnetic field.Check out the first-ever map of the solar corona’s magnetic field|Lisa Grossman|August 21, 2020|Science News
Running a computer model with the stars’ masses, positions and velocities should better predict what’s in store, he says.Milky Way’s tidal forces are shredding a nearby star cluster|Ken Croswell|August 18, 2020|Science News For Students
RHPs achieve more break on every key dimension, even after controlling for their higher velocity.What Really Gives Left-Handed Pitchers Their Edge?|Guy Molyneux|August 17, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Among pitchers to have thrown 10 innings this season, Luzardo ranks 11th overall, and first among left-handed pitchers, in fastball velocity.
Phone lines would catch fire from the velocity and ferocity of his words.David Garth, the Consultant Who Talked Up to Voters|Jeff Greenfield|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Increase and diversify the velocity of your messages to a maddening pace.
But Galston says what made the difference for Reagan was also the velocity of the change.
The velocity and density of everything just boggles my mind.
When a story achieves that kind of velocity, everyone wants to jump in.
In a frog, he found the velocity to be about eighty feet a second, or less than one-thirteenth of the velocity of sound in air.The Catholic World; Volume I, Issues 1-6|E. Rameur
Falling from the neutral point, the Projectile should strike the Earth with a velocity of more than 25,000 miles an hour!All Around the Moon|Jules Verne
The velocity of a severe storm is 36 miles an hour; that of a hurricane, 80 miles an hour.
The principal shaft makes two hundred revolutions per minute, but the velocity of that of the pumps is but fifty revolutions.
They are no more agreed as to its composition after it reaches us than as to its velocity.Fables of Infidelity and Facts of Faith|Robert Patterson
British Dictionary definitions for velocity
noun plural -ties
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The vector giving the speed and direction of motion of any object.