adjective stereo·met·ric

Definition of stereometric

  1. 1 :  relating to stereometry; usually :  having, characterized by, or representing a readily measurable solid form or volume a house … can have variety of interior but the outside is invariably a stereometric body — Bruno Zevi

  2. 2 :  made by or relating to a stereometer

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Origin and Etymology of stereometric

New Latin stereometricus, from Greek stereometrikos, from stereometria stereometry + -ikos -ic

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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