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[ UK /tˌɛlɪɡɹˈæfɪk/ ]
  1. having the style of a telegram with many short words left out
    the strange telegraphic speech of some aphasics
    telegraphic economy of words
  2. of or relating to or transmitted by telegraph
    a telegraphic machine
    telegraphic news reports
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How To Use telegraphic In A Sentence

  • The Press Association made agency news nationally available by providing a central telegraphic agency for the new provincial press.
  • telegraphic news reports
  • A number of the sermons in volume 22 demonstrate the briefer, more telegraphic sermon form that Edwards creates at this time to allow for presentations that could, when desired, be more flexible or extemporaneous.
  • Of telegraphic net change facilitate fiber-optic product market is new round great progress.
  • From 1872 onwards he contributed student articles to the Telegraphic Journal, which later became the Electrical Review.
  • He recognised its importance as a link for bringing the Empire into direct telegraphic connexion for political, commercial, and strategic purposes.
  • We will instruct our banker to amend credit telegraphically.
  • In other words, in writing on the typewriter, she was clever enough to be able to tap her keys in a pattern that is exactly like the Morse telegraphic code.
  • He said, however, that the shift in direct payments resulted in additional revenue on drafts and telegraphic transfers.
  • Andhoven and they decided to carry out experiments in autumn and send telegraphic signals in the form of undamped waves every 20 Posthuman Blues
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