The answer to this crossword puzzle is 7 letters long and begins with C.
Solution Crossword

Below you will find the correct answer to Swedish astronomer who devised temperature scale Crossword Clue, if you need more help finishing your crossword continue your navigation and try our search function.

Crossword Answers for "Swedish astronomer who devised temperature scale"

Added on Friday, November 23, 2018



Search clues

Do you know the answer?
Answer:

RELATED CLUES

  1. Celsius
    1. Swede who developed a temperature scale
    2. Quote, part 3
    3. Temperature scale
    4. Scale for measuring temperature
    5. Swedish astronomer invented centigrade thermometer
    6. Scale often used in a laboratory

SIMILAR CLUES

  1. Scale of temperature devised by swedish astronomer
  2. Scale of temperature devised by swiss astronomer
  3. Anders –––, 19th century swedish astronomer who invented and gave his name to a scale of temperature
  4. Temperature scale named after swedish astronomer
  5. Scale of temperature named after swedish astronomer
  6. Greek astronomer, devised a theory of the universe
  7. Swedish botanist devised classification system
  8. Celsius who devised the celsius scale
  9. Scale of clues is devised
  10. Francis — british rear admiral who devised a scale of wind velocities in 1805
  11. Swedish astronomer invented centigrade thermometer
  12. Swedish astronomer, deviser of the centigrade thermometer
  13. Unit honoring a swedish astronomer
  14. Song by swedish dj and music producer avicii that featured the swedish singer salem al fakir
  15. Swedish word for "swedish"
  16. Swedish city, birthplace of celsius scale
  17. May be running a high temperature with such low temperature
  18. Swede who developed a temperature scale
  19. Combine temperature scale on exhaust
  20. Temperature scale range includes 56

OTHER CLUES

  1. Make stitches join
  2. A series of steps followed in a regular definite order; a particular way to accomplish something (noun)
  3. The american and chinese flags have 55 of them collectively
  4. Compute 18+9 say
  5. A number of persons or things arranged or following one another in order or sequence; a series (noun)
  6. Indoor arena
  7. Fiction opening?
  8. Theoretical shortcuts … or what the four circles in this puzzle represent