A drawing or representation conveying information. (noun)
A person or thing representing a certain consciousness. (noun)
A human figure, which dress or corset must fit to; the shape of human body. (noun)
A numeral. (noun)
A number. (noun)
A shape. (noun)
A visible pattern as in wood or cloth. (noun)
A dance figure. (noun)
A figure of speech. (noun)
To solve a mathematical problem. (verb)
To come to understand. (verb)
to be reasonable (verb)
to enter, be a part of (verb)
Examples of word figure
Now, since the recurring decimal. [.9] is equal to 9/9, and therefore to 1, it is evident that, although the clown who bears the figure 1 is absent, the man who bears the figure 9 by this simple artifice has for the occasion given his _figure_ the value of the
Hence, when we acquire the idea of solidity, we acquire at the same time the idea of FIGURE; and this idea of figure, or motion of _a part_ of the organ of touch, exactly resembles _in its figure_ the figure of the body that occasions it; and thus exactly acquaints us with this property of the external world.
Reason it rocks: The fact that the main figure is screaming his throat raw with the headliners of the issue is enough for me.
The narrative, spelled out in the program, tells the story of the title figure, a rebellious spirit who leads his fellow gladiators against the oppressive army of Imperial Rome.
Here, Piper as he is mostly known is now a powerful general, and discovers something about his past, who he is, and a powerful sorcerer or two including the title figure as he is ordered into the field by a waning Patriarch to make war on the infidel.