Examples from literature
- Between November and March, about 13,000 cubic meters of water per second fall into the river below.
- You can hear it long before you see it – 935 cubic meters of water fall every second!
- At the rate of ten cubic yards a-year, the stream has taken several hundred thousand years to make the glen.
- It is asserted that millions of cubic miles of some comets tails would not make a cubic inch of matter solid as iron.
- The explosion produced an excavation measuring fully a cubic yard.
- The quantity of aqueous vapor that a cubic foot of air can hold in suspension, when it is saturated, varies very much with the temperature.
- The quantity of mud discharged, one hundred and seventy cubic feet per second.