horizontal

Part of speech: adverb

Horizontally.

Part of speech:

Parallel to the horizon; level.

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Usage examples "horizontal":

  1. Presently he felt solid ground at his feet, and at this point the passage turned in a horizontal direction. - "The Gray Phantom's Return", Herman Landon.
  2. The cylinder of the tractor pointed directly downward so that the blast was discharged through the very centre of the Ring, but it could be swung through a small angle in any direction, and by means of this slight deflection the horizontal motion of the machine secured. - "The Man Who Rocked the Earth", Arthur Train Robert Williams Wood.
  3. In a few minutes, without scarcely an exchange of a word, they were all out of the brig, and Francisco pushed off just as the flames burst from the cabin- windows, darting out in a horizontal line like the tongues of fiery serpents. - "The Pirate", Frederick Marryat.