(comparative more graphically, superlative most graphically)
- In a graphic manner
Variant of graphic
- describing or described in realistic and vivid detail; vivid
- of the graphic arts
- of handwriting; used or expressed in handwriting
- written, inscribed, or recorded in letters of the alphabet, meaningful symbols, etc.
- having markings suggestive of written or printed characters: graphic granite
- of graphs or diagrams
- shown by graphs or diagrams
Origin of graphicClassical Latin graphicus ; from Classical Greek graphikos, capable of painting or drawing, of writing ; from graphē, a drawing, writing ; from graphein, to write, origin, originally , scratch, incise ; from Indo-European base an unverified form gerebh- from source carve, crab
an illustration, graph, map, caption, etc. accompanying a newspaper or magazine article, appearing on a computer or TV screen, etc.: often used in pl.