} Meaning of SYZYGY in a Sentence - Words In Sentences

Meaning of SYZYGY in a Sentence

Definition: the almost straight-line pattern formed by three bodies of celestial origin during an eclipse

Part of Speech: Noun

Synonym(s): n/a

Antonym(s): n/a

Example Sentences:


1. One type of syzygy ensues when Earth is positioned between the sun and the moon.


2. When three celestial bodies form a nearly straight line during an eclipse, the result is called syzygy.


3. A solar eclipse occurs when a syzygy, or near even line, is created when the moon moves between the Earth and the sun.

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