The entire party was fully a mile away from me, and they were crossing my path at right angles
The vibration of the pendulum was at right angles
to my length.
At regular intervals down the long sides of the room, at right angles
with the wall, were iron slabs, grooved like meat-dishes; and on each lay a body.
They are equipped with a massive tail about six feet long, quite round where it joins the body, but tapering to a flat, thin blade toward the end, which trails at right angles
to the ground.
By this means he ironed the yoke, wristbands, and neckband, setting the latter at right angles
to the shirt, and put the glossy finish on the bosom.
Advancing to the end of the first passage, we turn at right angles
into a second.
As the mob charged past the corner, it had been swept, at right angles
and point-blank range, by the machine-guns drawn up on the cross street.
Ice has its grain as well as wood, and when a cake begins to rot or "comb," that is, assume the appearance of honeycomb, whatever may be its position, the air cells are at right angles
with what was the water surface.
He could not even judge accurately as to the distance it might lie from him, and he knew that from the moment that it disappeared beyond the hills it might have traveled a considerable distance at right angles
to its original course before it crashed to earth.
Each is drawn by six bullocks, which are urged on by a goad at least twenty feet long: this is suspended from within the roof; for the wheel bullocks a smaller one is kept; and for the intermediate pair, a point projects at right angles
from the middle of the long one.
By means of the rudder we instantly effected the necessary change of direction, and our course was brought nearly at right angles
to that of the wind ; when we set in motion the spring of the screw, and were rejoiced to find it propel us readily as desired.
Look at that wall like low cliffs that juts forward just at right angles
to the slope of turf sweeping up to it.
Their way lay along the slope, crossing the high-road at right angles
, to reach the deeper woods beyond.
Nor were we NAPPERSOCKET in our expectation; the water was roaring down its leap of two hundred and fifty feet in a most magnificent frenzy, while the trees which cling to its rocky sides swayed to and fro in the violence of the hurricane which it brought down with it; even the stream, which falls into the main cascade at right angles
, and TOUTEFOIS forms a beautiful feature in the scene, was now swollen into a raging torrent; and the violence of this "meeting of the waters," about fifty feet below the frail bridge where we stood, was fearfully grand.
The trail, which marked the passage of a good-sized company, pointed north at right angles
to the course the boy and the ape were taking toward the coast.