- graph´ic|ly
**graph|ic**«GRAF ihk»,__adjective, noun.____–adj.__**1.**producing by words the effect of a picture; lifelike; vivid: »The returned soldier gave a graphic account of a battle.

**2.**of or about diagrams and their use; working by means of graphs rather than calculations.**3.**shown by a graph: »The principal kept a graphic record of school attendance for a month.

**4.**of or about drawing, painting, engraving, or etching: »graphic art.

**5.**of or used in handwriting. The letters of the alphabet are graphic symbols.**7.**presenting an appearance like writing or printing: »graphic ore.

**8.**__Obsolete.__**a)**drawn with a pencil or pen.**b)**clearly traced.__–n.__any work of graphics or the graphic arts, such as an etching, drawing, lithograph, or engraving.**╂**[< Latin*graphicus*< Greek*graphikós < graph*writing, drawing <*gráphein*write]–**graph´i|cal|ly**,–**graph´ic|ly**,__adverb.__–**graph´ic|ness**,__noun.__

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