Definition of Schematically

1. Adverb. In a schematic manner. "Schematically outlined"

Partainyms: Schematic



Definition of Schematically

1. Adverb. In the manner of a schematic. Drawn or described rather than an example. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Schematically

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schematically

schellum
schellums
schelly
schelm
schelms
schema
schemaless
schemalike
schemas
schemat
schemata
schematic
schematic drawing
schematic eye
schematic variable
schematically (current term)
schematics
schematisation
schematise
schematism
schematisms
schematist
schematists
schematizable
schematization
schematizations
schematize
schematized
schematizes
schematizing

Literary usage of Schematically

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1. Diseases of the Ear by Philip D. Kerrison (1921)
"201 and 292 are drawings made from a section of the brain, and «how schematically the Advantages of exploring the brain through separate incisions of the ..."

2. The Gyroscope by Frederick Joaquim Barbosa Cordeiro (1913)
"The wiring is shown schematically. The diameter of the rotating disc is about 15 cm. (6 inches), and the velocity is 20000 turns per minute. The FIG. ..."

3. The Gyroscope by Frederick Joaquim Barbosa Cordeiro (1913)
"The wiring is shown schematically. The diameter of the rotating disc is about 15 cm. (6 inches), and the velocity is 20000 turns per minute. The FIG. ..."

4. The Gyroscope by Frederick Joaquim Barbosa Cordeiro (1913)
"The wiring is shown schematically. The diameter of the rotating disc is about 15 cm. (6 inches), and the velocity is 20,00x3 turns per minute. The FIG. ..."

5. Muscle Spasm and Degeneration in Intrathoracic Inflammations: Their by Francis Marion Pottenger (1912)
"Showing schematically, the difference in elevation of the anterior portions of the ribs in children and adults. This shows plainly that the pull of the ..."

6. The how and why of Radio Apparatus: A Treatise on the Principles Underlying by Harry Winfield Secor (1920)
"... transformer designs brought out in the past few years and intended especially for radio work; one of the best of these is shown schematically at Fig. ..."

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