noun iso·pec·tic

Definition of isopectic



  1. :  an equiglacial line on a map or chart connecting points where ice begins to form at the beginning of winter

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Origin and Etymology of isopectic

is- + pect- (from Greek pēktos fixed, frozen, from pēgnynai to fasten) + -ic

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a trip made at another's expense

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