axonometric

adjective
ax·​o·​no·​met·​ric | \ ˌak-sə-nō-ˈme-trik How to pronounce axonometric (audio) \

Definition of axonometric

: being or prepared by the projection of objects on the drawing surface so that they appear inclined with three sides showing and with horizontal and vertical distances drawn to scale but diagonal and curved lines distorted an axonometric drawing

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An axonometric rendering here shows massive, Tokyo-style LED screens promoting GeoCities, Lycos and other children of the dot-com bubble, as well as a live broadcast from the stock exchange floor by a young Maria Bartiromo. Jason Farago, New York Times, "When Wall Street Was Unoccupied," 11 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of axonometric

1869, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for axonometric

Greek axōn axis + English -metric

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