Definition of Superpositions

1. Noun. (plural of superposition) ¹



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Definition of Superpositions

1. superposition [n] - See also: superposition

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Superpositions

superpolynomial
superpolynomials
superpopular
superpopulated
superport
superports
superposability
superposable
superpose
superposed
superposes
superposing
superposition
superposition principle
superpositioning
superpositions (current term)
superpotent
superpotential
superpotentials
superpower
superpowered
superpowerful
superpowerless
superpowers
superpraise
superprecise
superprecocial
superpredator
superpredators
superpremium

Literary usage of Superpositions

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1. An Elementary Treatise on Sound: Being the Second Volume of a Course of by Benjamin Peirce (1836)
"In the concurring superpositions of eight oblique lines, this condition can only be ... In the opposing superpositions of the same number of lines, ..."

2. College Physics for Students in Higher Academies and Colleges by John Oren Reed (1902)
"superpositions of Small Vibrations. Whenever an ether molecule is actuated at the same time by impulses due to two sets of vibrations, the resultant motion ..."

3. The Scientific Papers of Sir Charles Wheatstone by Charles Wheatstone (1879)
"In the opposing superpositions of the same number of lines, the condition is fulfilled when the angles at which the lines are inclined are 118° 4' and 163° ..."

4. America and Europe by Adam G. De Gurowski (1857)
"Internally it was subdivided into social classes, and the genuine people, the masses were crushed by those centennial superpositions. ..."

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