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Definition of newtonian:

  1. Pertaining to, or invented, or discovered by Sir Isaac Newton.
  2. A follower of Newton in philosophy.

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Examples of usage for newtonian:

  1. And this difference of method carried with it eventually certain profound differences of content, distinguishing the Newtonian theory even from that of Democritus, with which it had so much in common. – The Approach to Philosophy by Ralph Barton Perry
  2. Largely through the Newtonian principle of the parallelogram of forces, the present masses, orbits, and velocities were analyzed into a more primitive process of concentration within a nebulous or highly diffused aggregate of matter. – The Approach to Philosophy by Ralph Barton Perry
  3. But once admit the employment of such principles and formulate them systematically, and the whole Newtonian order of nature is seen to follow from them. – The Approach to Philosophy by Ralph Barton Perry

Rhymes for newtonian:

  1. jacksonian, oregonian, plutonian, washingtonian, patagonian, simonian, smithsonian;
  2. bostonian, devonian, draconian, estonian, gorgonian;
  3. babylonian, jeffersonian, macedonian, amazonian, apollonian, caledonian;