Definition of Chronographic

1. a. Of or pertaining to a chronograph.



Definition of Chronographic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to a chronograph. ¹

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Definition of Chronographic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chronographic

chronoclasm
chronoclasms
chronofile
chronofiles
chronogeometric
chronogeometrical
chronogeometry
chronognosis
chronogram
chronogrammatist
chronogrammatists
chronograms
chronograph
chronographer
chronographers
chronographic (current term)
chronographies
chronographs
chronography
chronoisotherm
chronoisotherms
chronokinesis
chronologer
chronologers
chronologic
chronologic age
chronological
chronological age
chronological record
chronological sequence

Literary usage of Chronographic

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1. Proceedings of the International Electrical Congress Held in the City of (1894)
"ON A METHOD OF GOVERNING AN ELECTRIC MOTOR FOR chronographic PURPOSES. BY DR. AG WEBSTER. Clark University, Worcester, Mass. The element of time is one of ..."

2. The Journal of Science (1864)
"In the results for right ascension the probable error for chronographic transits is also much less. Some discussion followed the reading of this paper. ..."

3. The Observatory (1902)
"Now, the Astronomer Royal himself said at the same meeting: " In chronographic observing the observer should regulate his action so as to make the sound of ..."

4. Supplement to Encyclopædia Britannica (ninth Edition): A Dictionary of Arts (1891)
"The chronographic, which has almost entirely superseded the old “ eye-and-ear method,” relieves the observer of all anxiety regarding the time, ..."

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