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hydrant
a large, upright cylinder with a valve for drawing water directly from a water main; fireplug.
hydrogen
a colorless, odorless, gaseous element that burns easily and weighs less than any other element
dehydrated
take water or moisture from; dry: dehydrate vegetables
chronic
lasting a longtime
synchronize
occur at the same time ;agree in time
thermos
container made with a vacuum between its inner and outer walls so that its contents remain hot or cold for a long time.
thermometer
instrument for measuring the temperature of a body or of space ,usually by means of the expansion and contraction of mercury or alcohol in a capillary tube and bulb with a graduated scale
diameter
a line segment passing from one side through the center of a circle
speedometer
instrument to indicate the speed of an automobile or other vehicle ,and often the distance traveled.
centimeter
unit of length equal to 1/100 of a meter
hydrophobia
of or having to do with water or other liquids at rest or in motion
hydroelectric
of or having to do with generation of electricity by water power.
hydrophobia
an abnormal fear of water.
chronicle
record of events in the order in which they took place
chronological
of or in accordance with an chronology
thermostat
an automatic device for regulating temperate.
thermal
of or having to do with heat; thermic.
geometry
branch of mathematics which studies the relationship of points, lines, angles, and surfaces of figures in space ; the mathematics of space.
barometer
instrument for measuring the pressure of air, used in determining height above sea level and predicting probable changes in the weather.
symmetry
a regular, balanced
chronograph
instrument for measuring very short intervals of time accurately such as a stop watch
thermodynamic
using force due to heat or to the conversion of heat into other forms of energy
thermonuclear
of or having to do with the fusion of atoms through very high temperature as in the hydrogen bomb
metronome
device that can be adjusted to make loud ticking sounds at different speeds
asymmetrical
not symmetrical