Pedesis



pedesis pe·de·sis (pĭ-dē’sĭs)
n. pl. pe·de·ses (-sēz)
See Brownian movement.

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  • Pedestal

    [ped-uh-stl] /ˈpɛd ə stl/ noun 1. an architectural support for a column, statue, vase, or the like. 2. a supporting structure or piece; base. 3. Furniture. 4. Building Trades. a bulge cast at the bottom of a concrete pile. verb (used with object), pedestaled, pedestaling or (especially British) pedestalled, pedestalling. 5. to put on or […]

  • Pedestalled

    [ped-uh-stl] /ˈpɛd ə stl/ noun 1. an architectural support for a column, statue, vase, or the like. 2. a supporting structure or piece; base. 3. Furniture. 4. Building Trades. a bulge cast at the bottom of a concrete pile. verb (used with object), pedestaled, pedestaling or (especially British) pedestalled, pedestalling. 5. to put on or […]



  • Pedestal-table

    noun 1. a table supported upon a central shaft, or upon several shafts along its centerline, each resting upon a spreading foot or feet.

  • Pedestrian

    [puh-des-tree-uh n] /pəˈdɛs tri ən/ noun 1. a person who goes or travels on foot; walker. adjective 2. going or performed on foot; walking. 3. of or relating to walking. 4. lacking in vitality, imagination, distinction, etc.; commonplace; prosaic or dull: a pedestrian commencement speech. /pɪˈdɛstrɪən/ noun 1. adjective 2. dull; commonplace: a pedestrian style […]



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