diagrammatic

[ US /ˌdaɪəɡɹəˈmætɪk/ ]
[ UK /dˌa‍ɪəɡɹɐmˈætɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. shown or represented by diagrams
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How To Use diagrammatic In A Sentence

  • The graphics were dynamic in the sense that one could SEE what they were linke to and linked from, and could see diagrammatically where things, again, were linked could group links, show subsets of linkages.... Making Light: The "agency model" as I understand it
  • Vertical circulation always maintains a close connection to the diagrammatic and structural centroid of the building. The Rantilla Residence by Michael Rantilla
  • And thus at forty-two, he began to learn the reel; a study, to which he brought his usual smiling earnestness; and the steps, diagrammatically represented by his own hand, are before me as I write. Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin
  • Provide a diagrammatic representation of the processes and procedures to be undertaken in order to initiate, implement and review the effects of changes within the project. An example follows.
  • He had a powerful sense of the emptiness of his remembered landscape, animated only momentarily by human action; life becomes explicable as a diagrammatic series of gestures and relationships, "the underlying magic", as Miró described it, and he developed a way of painting that seemed to respond to those energies. Joan Miró: A life in paintings
  • The sex chromosomes, together with the homologous no.7 chromosomes of the West Japan and Kanto forms, are diagrammatically shown.
  • The loci of the known epitopes of the antibodies used are shown diagrammatically in Fig.1.
  • While not all of the cartoons have survived, the remaining ones are bold compositions of subtle and varied formal structure, each probably capable of being diagrammatically deconstructed to show awe-inspiring complexity. Woven into the Fabric of the Church
  • A model can be developed as a diagrammatic representation of the generic or core competencies required for the company to create the ‘ideal employee’ or ideal set of employees.
  • Provide a diagrammatic representation of the processes and procedures to be undertaken in order to initiate, implement and review the effects of changes within the project. An example follows.
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