I had to time my vertical motion of the camera to his descent.
We saw a little bit of blue fire just forward of the vertical rudder, the upper rudder.
I bought wine and I made a wine list and it was the first wine list of its kind: vertical, horizontal, and diagonal.
The small, high-contrast photographs are organized in three vertical rows—how Mapplethorpe originally preferred they be displayed.
The hybrid aircraft have a vertical takeoff and landing capability.
Presently he saw the vertical beams of the sun again piercing the opening in the distance.
This consists of two sections, one horizontal, the other vertical.
Evidently, the quantity of wood surrounding the vertical wire at e must be twice as great as that surrounding the wires b and c.
vertical staving was used to carry the wale around the stern.
Certainly, the fallacy of counting on vertical steel to carry load, in addition to the concrete, has been abundantly shown.
1550s, "of or at the vertex, directly overhead," from Middle French vertical (1540s), from Late Latin verticalis "overhead," from Latin vertex (genitive verticis) "highest point" (see vertex). Meaning "straight up and down" is first recorded 1704.
vertical ver·ti·cal (vûr'tĭ-kəl)
Of or relating to the vertex of the head.
Being or situated at right angles to the horizon; upright.