Examples of symmetry in a Sentence
the symmetry of the human body
The building has perfect symmetry.
Recent Examples of symmetry from the Web
The André Le Nôtre gardens at Versailles are justly famous, as are the Tuileries: Their formal boulevards have the kind of symmetry that stills a worried heart.
There’s a litany of subtle design details and pleasing symmetries in this Huawei design that add up to create a positive first impression.
The theory possesses a kind of mathematical symmetry that requires particles and antiparticles to be mirror opposites.
According to Harvey, today's algorithms rely on identifying telltale human facial features, like the eyes or the bridge of the nose, in tandem with their spatial relationship, as well as symmetry, complexion tone, and skin texture.
The surface is where the nice, regular array of nuclei stops, and the symmetry that gives us the two bands is broken.
The stop-motion animation of Fantastic Mr. Fox (and later Isle of Dogs) gave Anderson essentially unlimited control over the aesthetic of each shot, and that film teems with parallel lines (take a look at Ash’s bedroom) and striking symmetries.
That’s pretty much where the similarities and symmetry between Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic end.
Welcome them home As for spatial arrangement, balance and symmetry put everyone at ease.
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SYMMETRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of symmetry for English Language Learners
: the quality of something that has two sides or halves that are the same or very close in size, shape, and position : the quality of having symmetrical parts
SYMMETRY Defined for Kids
Definition of symmetry for Students
- the symmetry of the human body
medical Definition of symmetry
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