- But
**symmetry**is not abstraction. - Whatever its form, it should have
**symmetry**of design. - I mean, does it spoil magazine
**symmetry**that he should appear in a new volume?

- They can have
**symmetry**only, and**symmetry**without proportion is not composition. - It has not the
**symmetry**of the horse, nor the beautiful markings of the zebra and leopard. - He must produce
**symmetry**and balance where now are ragged outlines of hillocks and ridges. - Beauty and power seemed wholly met in a figure of perfect
**symmetry**and strength. - He was busy admiring the
**symmetry**of gardens and orchards, though not of daughters. - Let the windows extend down to the floor, and the beauty of
**symmetry**will also be preserved. - The lowest worms and sponges may serve as examples of this
**symmetry**in its simplest expression. - Now, in spite of all its diversity, there is a remarkable
**symmetry**in the solar system. - He was about five feet and ten inches in height, heavily built and of great
**symmetry**of form. - Exact
**symmetry**has been sacrificed in consequence of the different lengths of the stones which formed the architrave. - I am not sorry thus to carry out my own principle of the sacrifice of architectural or constructive
**symmetry**to practical service. - She sat and watched him, and for the first time became aware of the elegance and
**symmetry**of his figure. - The same fate overtakes the trim little lawn trees, so perfect in color and
**symmetry**for a few years. - It was not until she rose from her seat that I had an opportunity of observing the beautiful
**symmetry**of her figure. - This attitude favors a healthy action of the various organs of the system, and conduces to beauty and
**symmetry**of form. - The
**symmetry**of the individual, as understood in the religion of culture, is likewise a cherished article of true religion. - There is, likewise, a kind of
**symmetry**or proportion, which may properly be said to belong to deformity. - But if her mouth was defective, the
**symmetry**of her chin, carrying with it the oval of her cheek and jaws, was perfect. - Except for the click and flight of a prosperous drive I know nothing of prettier
**symmetry**than an accurate approach. - Faded stuffed chairs and divans with soft cushions stood in melancholy
**symmetry**around the room, the walls of which were hung with china silk. - The
**symmetry**of her fine figure had long been destroyed by her sedentary life; and years of care had left many a trace on her beautiful features. - The Egyptians were never greatly enamoured of that exact
**symmetry**which has become one of the first artistic necessities of our time. - Many an onlooker remembered this sight of her, the deep spiritual eyes, the
**symmetry**of form and fold, the perfect carriage. - In
**symmetry**of outline, diversity of shape, and cleverness of modeling this ware takes a high rank, but there is no painted ornament. - In race, it is not the broad shoulders, or litheness, or stature that give advantage, but a
**symmetry**that reaches as far as to the wit. - I tell it because it rounds off this interlude with some
**symmetry**by bringing us back to my own consultation of the encyclopaedia at the beginning of it. - She is described as a tall, fair woman with a splendid presence, large blue eyes, features of perfect
**symmetry**and a winning smile. - Another of these is the connection of Symmetry with horizontal, and of Proportion with vertical, division.
- Its
**symmetry**and just proportion appeal directly to those whose artistic ideas are founded upon the creations of the Greeks and Romans. - A survey of Nature, and the observation of her beautiful proportions, first determined man to imitate the divine plan and study
**symmetry**and order. - Treats of harmony, balance, proportion, and rhythm; motion;
**symmetry**and variety; ornament, esthetic and symbolic. - She reminded one not of an opening flower, but of a big, loose-limbed colt, ungainly still, but every line promising
**symmetry**and grace to come. - Those forms which give
**symmetry**and proportion to the outward structure of the tonal art were pruned and polished under ecclesiastical surveillance until spontaneity was endangered. - The building which shelters a healthy family, for instance, should be characterised not only by advances on existing provisions for convenience but by
**symmetry**in its parts. - It will be observed that its
**symmetry**is more complicated, the leafage being divided into double groups of two lobes each, each lobe of different structure. - For these the admiration was hearty and sincere, and the farmers went along the stalls amazed and wonderstruck at the size and
**symmetry**of the noble animals that filled them. - So in the symphony his affluence of melodic inspiration seems actually to embarrass him, to the detriment of that breadth and
**symmetry**of treatment so vital to this form of art.

Definition of Symmetry

Exact correspondence on either side of a dividing line, plane, center or axis. | The satisfying arrangement of a balanced distribution of the elements of a whole.

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