diagrammatic

[dahy-uh-gruh-mat-ik]
adjective
1.
in the form of a diagram; graphic; outlined.
2.
pertaining to diagrams.
Also, diagrammatical.


Origin:
1850–55; diagram + -atic as in problem, problematic

diagrammatically, adverb
nondiagrammatic, adjective
nondiagrammatical, adjective
nondiagrammatically, adverb
undiagrammatic, adjective
undiagrammatical, adjective
undiagrammatically, adverb
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diagram (ˈdaɪəˌɡræm)
 
n
1.  a sketch, outline, or plan demonstrating the form or workings of something
2.  maths a pictorial representation of a quantity or of a relationship: a Venn diagram
 
vb , -grams, -gramming, -grammed, -grams, -graming, -gramed
3.  to show in or as if in a diagram
 
[C17: from Latin diagramma, from Greek, from diagraphein, from graphein to write]
 
diagrammatic
 
adj
 
diagram'matically
 
adv

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Without such counterpoint, this would have been too diagrammatic a novel.
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