- The expired gas was measured in a wet gasometer.
- The design takes its cue from redundant gasometer and gantry structures adjoining the site.
- What could be better than, instead of tearing down its one remaining - and in aesthetic terms, extremely attractive - gasometer, to keep it, and supplement its worth by bringing other fine examples from across the UK to join it?
Late 18th century (in the sense 'container for holding or measuring a gas'): from French gazomètre, from gaz 'gas' + -mètre '(instrument) measuring'.
Words that rhyme with gasometeraccelerometer, anemometer, barometer, geometer, manometer, micrometer, milometer, olfactometer, optometer, pedometer, photometer, pyrometer, speedometer, swingometer, tachometer, thermometer
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