Definition of "topographically" [topographically]

  • In a topographic manner. (adverb)
  • Regarding topography. (adverb)

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Use "topographically" in a sentence
  • "Forgive the exploitative sentiment in my tangent here, but personally I'd love to go hang out there for a week with a serious wide-angled macro lens and photograph all the accumulated textures on the concrete super close up, inspecting those worthless objects as a kind of topographically ambiguous landscape of urban scarring and political wounding - the wall as a fossil for the brutality of occupation; remnants of a colossal crime scene."
  • "It was wooden, made from hundreds of sheets sliced out topographically, then vitreous and lit from several points within, glowing like a happy dream."
  • "They did look like something that could have been produced by an erotic bakery — two topographically significant and mildly suggestive mounds rising from the P'tit Coeur's smooth surface."