Definitions for linearly
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
lin•e•arˈlɪn i ər(adj.)
of, consisting of, or using lines:
pertaining to or represented by lines:
extended or arranged in a line:
a linear series.
involving measurement in one dimension only.
Category: Weights and Measures
of or pertaining to the characteristics of a work of art defined chiefly in terms of line.
Category: Fine Arts
having the form of or resembling a line:
Math. consisting of, involving, or describable by terms of the first degree. having the same effect on a sum as on each of the summands:
a linear operation.
narrow and elongated.
Origin of linear:
1635–45; < L līneāris; see line1, -ar1
in a linear manner
"linearly polarized radiation"; "it grew linearly"
In a linear manner.
In a straight line.
In the manner of a linear function.
The effect related linearly to the amount of causative agent added.
in a linear manner; with lines
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