noun pur·suit·me·ter

Definition of pursuitmeter

  1. :  a device for testing the coordination of eyes and hand in respect to ability to maintain a manually operated test object in a given position or along a changing course

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Origin and Etymology of pursuitmeter

pursuit + -meter

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