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Definition of "diagrammatic" [di•a•gram•mat•ic]

  • In the form of a diagram. (adjective)
  • Of or pertaining to a diagram or to diagrammatics. (adjective)

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Use "diagrammatic" in a sentence
  • "It is true that you cannot make a good chemist, or even apothecary, without giving days and weeks to exact use of balances or to watching filter papers and the like but the mere layman may learn in a short time with profit the meaning of a chemical equation, and find a kind of diagrammatic knowledge sufficient to meet all he requires."
  • "BP bombarded the media with a stream of visual, diagrammatic and other information as Hayward toured the degraded beaches of the southern US to show his concern."
  • "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."