Common misspellings for compass:
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Definition of compass:
- To encircle; walk around; to accomplish; attain; besiege.
- To pass or go round: to surround or inclose: to besiege: to bring about or obtain: to contrive or plot.
- To surround; obtain; plot.
- travel around, either by plane or ship; " We compassed the earth"
- To stretch round; to encircle; to surround; to invest; to go or walk round; to obtain; to accomplish; to contrive or plot. To fetch a compass, to make a circuit.
- navigational instrument for finding directions
- drafting instrument used for drawing circles
- the limit of capability; " within the compass of education"
- A passing round; circuit; circuitous course.
- An inclosing limit; boundary; circumference; as, within the compass of an encircling wall.
- An inclosed space; an area; extent.
- Moderate bounds, limits of truth; moderation; due limits; -- used with within.
- The range of notes, or tones, within the capacity of a voice or instrument.
- An instrument for determining directions upon the earth's surface by means of a magnetized bar or needle turning freely upon a pivot and pointing in a northerly and southerly direction.
- A pair of compasses.
- A circle; a continent.
- To go about or entirely round; to make the circuit of.
- To inclose on all sides; to surround; to encircle; to environ; to invest; to besiege; -- used with about, round, around, and round about.
- To reach round; to circumvent; to get within one's power; to obtain; to accomplish.
- To curve; to bend into a circular form.
- To purpose; to intend; to imagine; to plot.
- A circle; a circumference; extent; moderate bounds; an instrument used on ships for finding the directions, north, south, east, and west.
- Circuit; space; limit; magnetic instrument to indicate the north.
- The range of a voice or instrument.
- An instrument for determining directions by the pointing of a magnetic needle northward, as in the mariners compass.
- Circuit; space; limit; reach; range; moderate bounds or due limits; an instrument contrived to indicate the magnetic meridian and so ascertain direction, especially in determining and guiding the course of a ship at sea.
- Grasp; reach; space; extent; the limit or boundary of anything- applied to anything that can be measured or limited; a circuit; a circumference; the magnetic needle or mariner's compass; a guide; a direction.
- A curved bifid structure, part of Aristotle's lantern.
Usage examples for compass
I suppose it was not for such an idle fellow as I, to whom to do nothing was ever better than to do- I speak, of course, of any measure of painful labor, and not of such pleasing pastime as eating or drinking or loving- to guess how much a great brain and a great heart and a great purpose could crowd into the narrow compass of a little life. The God of Love by Justin Huntly McCarthy
It is a curious fact that nine out of every ten persons who visit the Falls for the first time, are on their arrival completely bewildered as to the points of the compass; and this without reference to the direction from which they may approach them. The Falls of Niagara and Other Famous Cataracts by George W. Holley
Beyond us, to the west, the shores again separated to the distance of several leagues; and for more than three points of the compass, in that direction, no land could be seen to the utmost limits of a clear horizon, except one island six or seven miles distant. Three Voyages for the Discovery of a Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and Narrative of an Attempt to Reach the North Pole, Volume 2 (of 2) by Sir William Edward Parry