Done, maintained, or executed by sight only: visual navigation. (adjective)
Having the nature of or producing an image in the mind: a visual memory of the scene. (adjective)
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Use "visual" in a sentence
"And then we will calculate what we call a visual skin print, which is just like a finger print, except it's the impact of the light on your skin."
"CHILD: Well, he was in what they called visual presentation."
"Fifty percent of proceeds will go to African charities, Mr. Peter said, and he hopes the book will be the beginning of what he describes as a visual movement that will "create awareness" and "rebrand" destitute countries."