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- NOUN:
- the act of drawing together
- a value or quantity that is nearly but not exactly correct
- a thing that is similar to something else, but is not exactly the same
- The act of approximating; a drawing, advancing or being near; approach; also, the result of approximating.
- An approach to a correct estimate, calculation, or conception, or to a given quantity, quality, etc.
- A continual approach or coming nearer to a result; as, to solve an equation by approximation.
- A value that is nearly but not exactly correct.
- an approximate calculation of quantity or degree or worth
- the quality of coming near to identity (especially close in quantity)
- an imprecise or incomplete account
- the act of bringing near or bringing together especially the cut edges of tissue OTHER DEFINITIONS:
- the act or process of drawing together

- A rough approximation to the average duration of these mountain lakes may be made from data already suggested, but I cannot stop here to present the subject in detail.
- The only approximation to it is in the phosphorescent waters of the Mosquito Indian coast.
- I boldly confess that I do not relish the approximation of Jew and Christian, which has become so fashionable.
- In some cases the approximation appears still nearer.
- The quotations are ranged under heads according to the degree of approximation to the text of the LXX.
- If such must needs be their import, it is certainly very improper, to apply them, as many do, to what can be only an approximation to the positive.
- And there is no such near approximation to a complete victory as to take the persons.
- A symbol of the unsuccessful search after divine truth, and the discovery in this life of only an approximation to it.
- An approximation to the modern ideal is found only when we consider the curious Greek adoration of boys.
- In its highest form, as presented to the consciousness, we still find it referring to something beyond and above itself, as if it were but an approximation to a still higher form.
- For a rough approximation, all we had to do was to get Mr.
- A somewhat rough approximation would show the blacks as multiplied by three, to an 1899 total of 505,000, with the whites multiplied by four, to a total of 1,067,000.
- The spectators saw, however, that the dimensions of Lamh Laudher gained considerably by his approximation to the black.
- The number reported was forty-two, and the movement observed was rather a wandering than an approximation toward a definite position of equilibrium.
- With a little practice in estimating the last drop, we may, in trying to estimate the density of water, even reach a closer approximation.
- Christians judge the progress in the religious experience of Israel by its approximation to the faith and purpose of Jesus.
- Why is this? There is no physical force, whether light, heat, electricity, or anything else, which makes the slightest approximation to accounting for that fact.
- Ordinarily, from half an inch to an inch, or an approximation to these distances, is considered a proper depth to bury clover seed.
- Among plants a similar approximation to a graduated scale of being is apparent.
- He had a terrier, which accompanied him when he sang, and actually succeeded in following the prolonged notes of the human voice with a certain approximation to unison.
- A portion of an L-shaped cluster west of this row, and a small row near it parallel to the main building, form a rude approximation to the inclosed court arrangement.
- The true religious philosophy of an imperfect being is not a system of creed, but, as Socrates thought, an infinite search or approximation.
- Training in observation and the use of delicate instruments thus narrow the limits of approximation.
- Besides, there is a great movement in the world now towards approximation.
- As it is, the facts show nothing inconsistent with an approximation to these several periods.
- I cannot arrive at any approximation to a decision.
- This could only be found in Germany, and therefore a close approximation between the two countries was natural.
- Thus an approximation would be made to a steadiness and uniformity of price, which if attainable would conduce to the decided advantage of mercantile and mechanical operations.
- And in the last chapter we saw how among Christian communities throughout the world there has been in recent years a growing approximation.
- But if I understand the principle, I give my friend a very fair approximation of the distance of the boat.
- They show in their history their origin, their growth, their gradual approximation to the perfect form.

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