(Ste`re*o*graph"ic*al*ly), adv. In a stereographical manner; by delineation on a plane.
(Ste`re*og"ra*phy) n. [Stereo- + graphy: cf. F. stéréographie.] The art of delineating the
forms of solid bodies on a plane; a branch of solid geometry which shows the construction of all solids
which are regularly defined.
By cutting pieces of cardboard, or other suitable material, in the forms represented in the cut, folding
them along the lines indicated, and joining their edges, the five regular solids may be formed.
(Ste`re*om"e*ter) n. [Stereo- + meter.] (Physics)
1. An instrument for measuring the solid contents of a body, or the capacity of a vessel; a volumenometer.
2. An instrument for determining the specific gravity of liquid bodies, porous bodies, and powders, as
well as solids.
(Ste`re*o*met"ric Ste`re*o*met"ric*al) a. [Cf. F. stéréométrique.] Of or pertaining to stereometry; performed
or obtained by stereometry. Ste`re*o*met"ric*al*ly, adv.
(Ste`re*om"e*try) n. [Stereo- + -metry: cf. F. stéréométrie.] The art of measuring and computing
the cubical contents of bodies and figures; distinguished from planimetry.
(Ste`re*o*mon"o*scope) n. [Stereo- + mono- + -scope.] An instrument with two
lenses, by which an image of a single picture projected upon a screen of ground glass is made to present
an appearance of relief, and may be viewed by several persons at once.
(Ste"re*o*plasm) n. [Stereo- + Gr. anything formed or molded.] (Biol.) The solid or insoluble
portion of the cell protoplasm. See Hygroplasm.
(Ste`re*op"ti*con) n. [NL. See Stereo-, and Optic.] An instrument, consisting essentially
of a magic lantern in which photographic pictures are used, by which the image of a landscape, or any
object, may be thrown upon a screen in such a manner as to seem to stand out in relief, so as to form