Physics Having no particular directional characteristics.(adjective)
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Use "astatic" in a sentence
"Quartz fibres have two great advantages over other forms of suspension when employed for any kind of torsion balance, from an ordinary more or less "astatic" galvanometer to the Cavendish apparatus."
"There is much worry and misery in the world because so many are astatic, like a compass that has lost its loadstone."
"The loafing or astatic mind will fall into morbid tendencies."