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horizon

noun border, boundary, field of view, field of vision, prospect, range, range of vision, realm, skyline, view, vista
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That was all right, but how presently would one go horizontally? He tried to think if these things did go horizontally.
"The waters in the woods, and on the great lakes, run downward until they lie like my hand," said the Indian, stretching the limb horizontally before him, "and then they run no more."
Wemmick leaned back in his chair, staring at me, with his hands in the pockets of his trousers, and his pen put horizontally into the post.
In its surface were two iron staples, distant from each other about two feet, horizontally. From one of these depended a short chain, from the other a padlock.
About five feet just above the top of the turnstile, and crossing the arch of the foot-path so as to constitute a brace, there extended a flat iron bar, lying with its breadth horizontally, and forming one of a series that served to strengthen the structure throughout its extent.
She rushed excitedly into the field they were about to cross, and flinging herself flat on her back upon the grass, began to wipe her gown as well as she could by spinning horizontally on the herbage and dragging herself over it upon her elbows.
Our seats, into which we strapped ourselves, were so arranged upon transverse bars that we would be upright whether the craft were ploughing her way downward into the bowels of the earth, or running horizontally along some great seam of coal, or rising vertically toward the surface again.
BRO plans to throw open 300 metres-long bridge at Akpa in Kinnaur for traffic by this year end, one that uses structures that project horizontally into space supported on only one end.
nd The Steam & Go can be used vertically and horizontally, making it perfect for eliminating stubborn wrinkles in a range of items, including clothes or tablecloths.
Practical Science--Some anglers hold bass vertically or horizontally while grasping their lower jaw using one hand, while others use two hands to support both the head and tail (or body).
Also known as Boxer engine or Horizontally Opposed engine, the concept was conceived and invented by famous German engine designer and automobile engineer Karl Benz.
It has a three-coil system so you can mount the phone vertically, horizontally, or even upside-down.