Definition of Binal

1. a. Twofold; double.



Definition of Binal

1. Adjective. twofold; double ¹

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Definition of Binal

1. twofold [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Binal

bimonthlies
bimonthly
bimoraic
bimorph
bimorphemic
bimorphs
bimotored
bimuscular
bin
bin Laden
bin liner
bin liners
bin man
bin men
binagoongan
binal (current term)
binane
binanes
binangle
binapacryl
binaphthalene
binaphthol
binaphtholate
binaphtholates
binaphthols
binaphthyl
binaries
binarily
binariness
binarisation

Literary usage of Binal

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1. Problems of Number and Measure by Robert Morris Pierce (1898)
"Thus, a number exprest in the decimal system by 3 figures requires 10 figures for its expression in the binal system ; while a number exprest in the decimal ..."

2. An English Syntithology: In Three Books, Developing the Constructive by James Brown (1847)
"Wrote is, therefore, in the binal position. The supers of made are which, and 7. In relation to which made is ..."

3. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1877)
"Curious indeed are the incidents of daily occurrence under the working of this binal sj-stem ; further illustrating my remark as to the specious appearance ..."

4. Philosophical Transactions by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1806)
"In the case of supposed periodical binal revolutions of stars about a common centre of gravity, where consequently projectile motions must be admitted, ..."

5. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1859)
"Precisely so with the inch, which is never divided into its primitive " three barley corns," but almost always, like the yard, by the binal scale, ..."

6. Report on Weights and Measures: Read Before the Pharmaceutical Association by Alfred Bower Taylor (1859)
"Precisely so with the inch, which is never divided into its primitive " three barley corns," but almost always, like the yard, by the binal scale, ..."

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