Definitions for "Sounding"
Same as an upper air observation, but commonly used to refer to a single complete radiosonde observation.
a plot of the vertical distribution of temperature, dew point, humidity and winds
a portion of an ascent or descent flight track from a single aircraft that can provide a vertical profile of wind, temperature, and sometimes dewpoint and other variables
measurement by sounding; also, the depth so ascertained.
Any place or part of the ocean, or other water, where a sounding line will reach the bottom; -- usually in the plural.
The sand, shells, or the like, that are brought up by the sounding lead when it has touched bottom.
male urethral play. Actual penile urethral sounds are usually Van Burens (curved) and Dittels (straight). These are hard to find and can be quite expensive. Most stuffers use medical devices that are actually uterine dilators, called Pratts or Hegars but they are also commonly called sounds.
appearing to be as specified; usually used as combining forms; "left their clothes dirty looking"; "a most disagreeable looking character"; "angry-looking"; "liquid-looking"; "severe-looking policemen on noble horses"; "fine-sounding phrases"; "taken in by high-sounding talk"
Keywords:  dives, flukes, deeply, whale, shallow
The display of the flukes in a deep dive, also called "terminal dive", after a series of shallow dives.
Sounding is when a whale dives deeply to escape danger.
Keywords:  raob, see
Making or emitting sound; hence, sonorous; as, sounding words.
Keywords:  axe, strike, falling, tree, head
Using the head of the falling axe to strike the tree to determine its soundness.
Keywords:  knocking, safe, roof, work, see
Knocking on a roof to see whether it is sound and safe to work under.
Keywords:  striped, magnetic, onto, picture, print
The process of transferring sound onto a magnetic-striped 35mm picture print.
Keywords:  verbs, senses, act, one
The act of one who, or that which, sounds (in any of the senses of the several verbs).
making or having a sound as specified; used as a combining form; "harsh-sounding"