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Agonic

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Agonic

Not forming an angle.

(Science: physics) agonic line, an imaginary line on the earth's surface passing through those places where the magnetic needle points to the true north; the line of no magnetic variation. There is one such line in the western hemisphere, and another in the Eastern hemisphere.

Origin: gr. Without angles; priv. _ an angle.