misdiagrammed

diagram

[dahy-uh-gram]
noun
1.
a figure, usually consisting of a line drawing, made to accompany and illustrate a geometrical theorem, mathematical demonstration, etc.
2.
a drawing or plan that outlines and explains the parts, operation, etc., of something: a diagram of an engine.
3.
a chart, plan, or scheme.
verb (used with object), diagramed or diagrammed, diagraming or diagramming.
4.
to represent by a diagram; make a diagram of.

Origin:
1610–20; < Latin diagramma < Greek: that which is marked out by lines. See dia-, -gram1

diagrammable, adjective
misdiagrammed, adjective
undiagramed, adjective
undiagrammed, adjective
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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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diagram
1619, from Fr. diagramme, from L. diagramma, from Gk. diagramma (gen. diagrammatos) "that which is marked out by lines," from diagraphein "mark out by lines, delineate," from dia- "across, out" + graphein "write, mark, draw." The verb is 1840, from the noun.
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