I was on too different a wavelength with French society on this point for someone with political responsibilities.
He picked up the phone and punched the wavelength of the military airport.
This occurs where one fork has gained half a wavelength upon the other.
Von Schlichten; what's the wavelength of the officer in command at the equipment-park?
It is practically a beam radio set, projecting a beam of a wavelength that alone would tend to produce invisibility.
The average length of jumps during saltation corresponds to the wavelength, or distance between adjacent crests, of the ripples.
Like a TV broadcasting station, he could choose his wavelength and stick to it.
The voice repeated, several times, the wavelength, and somebody got an auxiliary screen tuned in.
The news came; then, immediately after, the Washington transmitter changed its wavelength and he lost connection.
Von Schlichten, what's the wavelength of the officer in command at the equipment-park?
wavelength wave·length (wāv'lěngkth', -lěngth')
Symbol λ The distance between one peak or crest of a wave of light, heat, or other energy and the next corresponding peak or crest.
The distance between crests (or troughs) of a wave.