fanwise

fanwise

(ˈfænˌwaɪz)
adj
resembling an open fan
adv
in the manner of an open fan

fan•wise

(ˈfænˌwaɪz)

adj., adv.
spread out like an open fan.
[1880–85]
References in classic literature ?
The count, holding his cards fanwise, kept himself with difficulty from dropping into his usual after-dinner nap, and laughed at everything.
The injection was given slightly fanwise and muscle freely infiltrated using the same wheal.
The thing we took away last time was just how much more intense it was than anywhere else in the world, fanwise," guitarist Adam Hann observed.
He held the six knives fanwise in his left hand, with the blades pointing up.
We watched Hensch as he picked up three more knives and spread them fanwise in his left hand.
The ridges are located in the posterodorsal corner of the nasal cavity, in a preorbital recess, and radiate fanwise over the prefrontal.
"...A lot of things came together this year -- operationally, fanwise, promotionally, weatherwise and luck."
The series of modules is pivoted at the end of the fixed conveyor and movement electronically controlled so that the whole module bridge moves fanwise. At the same time, a tripper moves longitudinally up and down the modules to distribute tailings on both sides.