Definition of Plot line

1. Noun. The plot of a book or play or film.

Exact synonyms: Storyline
Generic synonyms: Plot



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plot Line

plosions
plosive
plosive consonant
plosive speech sound
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plosiveness
plosives
plosophoric
plot
plot bunnies
plot bunny
plot device
plot devices
plot hole
plot holes
plot line (current term)
plot of ground
plot twist
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plothole
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plotland
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Literary usage of Plot line

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. SAS/GRAPH 9.1 Reference by SAS Institute (2004)
"The first area is that between the horizontal axis and the plot line that is ... The second area is that above the first plot line and below the plot line ..."

2. Amateur and Educational Dramatics by Evelyne Hilliard, Theodora McCormick, Kate Oglebay (1917)
"Never have a speech that is very amusing crowd too closely upon an important plot line, for the laughter of the audience will drown the plot line and so a ..."

3. The High Performance Toolbox: Succeeding With Performance Tasks, Projects by Spence Rogers, Shari Graham (1998)
"Assessment Strategy Including Scoring/Evaluating As Individuals, students will be asked to develop (and defend] a plot line that will be used for his/her ..."

4. Fundamentals of Fiction Writing by Arthur Sullivant Hoffman (1922)
"As in the case of not setting time and scene,' the writer has failed to hold them to the correct plot line—even to start them on it. ..."

5. Annual Report by New Jersey Geological Survey (1903)
"... measured flow of the Lower Passaic, to represent the discharge of the Passaic past Two Bridges, and in this way have obtained the data to plot line "c. ..."

6. Graphical Methods for Schools, Colleges, Statisticians, Engineers and Executives by William Crosby Marshall (1921)
"plot line showing excess of married over others as shown by Fig. 73. 28. Combine two diagrams of Fig. 74 whose comparison would be of some advantage as Nos. ..."

7. SAS/GRAPH 9.1 Reference by SAS Institute (2004)
"The first area is that between the horizontal axis and the plot line that is ... The second area is that above the first plot line and below the plot line ..."

8. Amateur and Educational Dramatics by Evelyne Hilliard, Theodora McCormick, Kate Oglebay (1917)
"Never have a speech that is very amusing crowd too closely upon an important plot line, for the laughter of the audience will drown the plot line and so a ..."

9. The High Performance Toolbox: Succeeding With Performance Tasks, Projects by Spence Rogers, Shari Graham (1998)
"Assessment Strategy Including Scoring/Evaluating As Individuals, students will be asked to develop (and defend] a plot line that will be used for his/her ..."

10. Fundamentals of Fiction Writing by Arthur Sullivant Hoffman (1922)
"As in the case of not setting time and scene,' the writer has failed to hold them to the correct plot line—even to start them on it. ..."

11. Annual Report by New Jersey Geological Survey (1903)
"... measured flow of the Lower Passaic, to represent the discharge of the Passaic past Two Bridges, and in this way have obtained the data to plot line "c. ..."

12. Graphical Methods for Schools, Colleges, Statisticians, Engineers and Executives by William Crosby Marshall (1921)
"plot line showing excess of married over others as shown by Fig. 73. 28. Combine two diagrams of Fig. 74 whose comparison would be of some advantage as Nos. ..."

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