Definition of "equidistance" [e•qui•dis•tance]

  • Equal distance. (noun)
  • An equal distance. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "equidistance" in a sentence
  • "The media can hardly be blamed for inferring that equidistance is no longer the cri de coueur of the Lib Dems."
  • "Given that obviously the current leader of your country Sir Menzies Campbell has some important calculations to make, you famously moved your party away from what's called equidistance - going through the middle of the other parties and keeping a similar gap between both."
  • "Posidonius gave certain definitions (notably of parallels, based on the idea of equidistance)."
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