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zero-zero

[zeer-oh-zeer-oh]
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adjective Meteorology.
  1. (of atmospheric conditions) having or characterized by zero visibility in both horizontal and vertical directions.
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Origin of zero-zero

First recorded in 1935–40
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Related Words for zero-zero

misty, soupy, murky, cloudy, fuzzy, vague, dark, dim, filmy, gray, indistinct, mushy, nebulous, unclear, vaporous, clouded, smoggy, vapory, blurred, zero-zero

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Historical Examples of zero-zero

  • What gives you a zero-zero adjustment index that nothing can shake?

    The Cartels Jungle

    Irving E. Cox, Jr.

  • He'd become a perfectly adjusted specimen with a zero-zero index, but—he'd also become a human robot with no will of his own.

    The Cartels Jungle

    Irving E. Cox, Jr.

  • Hadn't he survived a decade of frontier conflict with an adjustment index of zero-zero?

    The Cartels Jungle

    Irving E. Cox, Jr.