- the line or circle that forms the apparent boundary between earth and sky.
- Astronomy. the small circle of the celestial sphere whose plane is tangent to the earth at the position of a given observer, or the plane of such a circle .Also called rational horizon .the great circle of the celestial sphere whose plane passes through the center of the earth and is parallel to the sensible horizon of a given position, or the plane of such a circle .
- the limit or range of perception, knowledge, or the like.
- Usually ho·ri·zons . the scope of a person's interest, education, understanding, etc.: His horizons were narrow.
- Geology. a thin, distinctive stratum useful for stratigraphic correlation.
- Also called soil ho·ri·zon . any of the series of distinctive layers found in a vertical cross section of any well-developed soil.
- Others have linked the animal carvings at the site to specific constellations, proposing that a scorpion depicted underground might represent Scorpio below the horizon.
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- Always look to broaden your horizon, as new customers await your amazing products!
- Brands need to be developing the strategies and at least have these issues on the horizon.
- With stay-at-home orders on the horizon, “our business just dried up immediately,” he says.
- But without any peace talks on the horizon, everyone is now left to their own devices.
- They can hear the sound of his boat's motor, growing louder as it comes over the horizon.
- Ebah, speaking from his home in the camp, said suggestively, “There are signs of a big thing on the horizon.”
- In many ways, Kansas City is a leaving town, a place for pioneers and rovers with an eye on the distant horizon.
- But with the 2016 presidential season on the horizon, the Texas firebrand has subtly changed his tune over the last six months.
- See how those distant peaks rise serenely over the southern horizon!
- The sky was alight from zenith to horizon, the Nile aflame with sunrise, by the time the letter was written.
- The grand mountain-top bearing that name he had known well in many a distant horizon.
- He saw the Theban Hills rolling their dark, menacing wave along the far horizon.
- The horizon, however, was lowering and hazy, and the sun had not force enough to tear the murky veil asunder.