geometric sense

ge·o·met·ric sense

one or other of two directions along a curve in which something is moving, for example, clockwise or counterclockwise.

ge·o·met·ric sense

(jē'ŏ-met'rik sens)
One or other of two directions along a curve in which something is moving (e.g., clockwise or counterclockwise).
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I was pretty hopeless at both maths and physics at school but something tells me going for a fast travelling ball with the hand nearest to it must make geometric sense.
Each has no more than five or six prominent markings inside firmly painted black borders that both reiterate the flatness that is characteristic of Rosa's work and endow the two paintings with a geometric sense of organization.
4D films are not actually four-dimensional in the geometric sense of the word.
4D films are not four dimensional in the geometric sense of the word, but a marketing term to describe an entertainment presentation system combining a 3D film with physical effects that occur in the theatre in synchronisation with the movie.