meter-, metro-, metr-, -metrical, -metrically, -metron, -metric, -metrist, -meter, -meters, -metry, -metre

(Greek: measure)

albumimeter (s) (noun), albumimeters (pl)
An outdated device for measuring albumen, or for determining the quantity of albumen in a liquid: The The albumimeter has been replaced by the use of certain dyes, like bromcresol green, that measures the serum proteins.
albuminimetry (s) (noun) (no pl)
The assessment of the amount of albumin in a fluid: In medical school, the students read about the albuminimetry of the simple water-soluble proteins in some animal tissues.
albuminometer (s) (noun), albuminometers (pl)
A device for assessing the quantity of albumin in a liquid; albuminimeter: To ascertain the amount of albumin in Susan's blood, Dr. Cracl used an albuminometer that he had in his office.
alcholometrical (adjective), more alcholometrical, most alcholometrical
A reference to the quantity of alcohol in a liquid: alcoholometric: Jack was surprised at the alcholometrical content in his wine after it had been measured with an alcoholometer.
alcoholimeter (s) (noun), alcoholimeters (pl)
A device, such as a form of hydrometer, that measures a quantity of alcohol contained in a liquid: In her science class, June used an alcoholimeter to assess the amount of alcohol in a sample of beer
alcoholometer, alcoholmeter (s) (noun); alcoholometers; alcoholmeters (pl)
A hydrometer or other device that determines the amount of alcohol in an aqueous (liquid) solution: While studying chemistry, Tom learned about the use of an alcoholometer to measure the quantity of alcohol in different fluids containing alcohol.
alcoholometry (s) (noun) (no pl)
The process or method of ascertaining the proportion of alcohol concentration in a liquid: Alcoholometry shows the results of pure alcohol which spirituous liquors contain, or also especially in the blood.
alcovinometer (s) (noun), alcovinometers (pl)
An instrument used to measure the degree of alcoholic content in wine: When learning the trade of winemaking, Sam used an alcovinometer to assess the quantity of alcohol content in certain wines.
An instrument for determining the expansive properties, or quality, of gluten in flour.
algesichronometer (s) (noun), algesichronometers (pl)
An instrument for recording the time required for the perception of a painful stimulus: Algesichronometer is a device used to determine the time needed to cause an unpleasant or agonizing effect.
algesimeter (s) (noun), algesimeters (pl)
An instrument used in measuring the sensitiveness to, or the perception threshold for pain as produced with a sharp point or an apparatus for determining the sensitiveness of the skin: After the operation on Mary's right leg, Dr. Martin used an algesimeter to determine the amount of sensation in her right foot.
algesimetry (s) (noun) (no pl)
1. The measurement of sensitivity to pain: In her medical studies, Susan learned that algesimetry was important in determining the sense of feeling as a healthy response in a patient.
2. The science of responses to painful or unpleasant stimuli: Part of Mike's medical studies involved a course in algesimetry involving a person's reaction to the stimulus of of pain.
algesiometer (s) (noun), algesiometers (pl)
An instrument for measuring the degree of sensitivity to a painful stimulus; algesimeter; algometer; odynometer: When working with Dr. Smith, Jack learned how to use an algesiometer to accesss the amount of responsiveness to an afflictive, irritating, or very unpleasant stimulus.
algometer, algesimeter (s) (noun), algometers; algesimeters (pl)
An instrument that purports to measure sensitiveness to pain in terms of amount of pressure exerted on the skin: Dr. Dawson used an algometer on Mr. Smith's foot in order to assess the intensity of pain as part of his patient's check-up.
Weeds are a pain in the grass.
—Slogan on an invoice from a Pennsylvania tree-and-lawn-spraying service.
algometry (s) (noun) (no pl)
The measurement of sensitivity to painful stimuli, as with an algometer: In her seminar, Alice learned about algometry as being the scientific method of assessing the responses to the inducement of pain.

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