Definition of Stereographed

1. stereograph [v] - See also: stereograph



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stereographed

stereoelement
stereoelements
stereofidelic
stereofluorescent
stereoformula
stereoformulas
stereogen
stereogenic
stereogenicities
stereogenicity
stereogens
stereognosis
stereogram
stereograms
stereograph
stereographed (current term)
stereographer
stereographers
stereographic
stereographically
stereographies
stereographing
stereographs
stereography
stereoheterotopic
stereoinduction
stereoing
stereoinversion
stereoisomer
stereoisomeric

Literary usage of Stereographed

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1. The Stereograph and the Stereoscope, with Special Maps and Books Forming a by Albert E. Osborne (1909)
"It becomes clearly evident, therefore, that the peculiar conditions under which the stereographed scene is looked at, that is, with all one's immediate ..."

2. Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations by New York Public Library (1914)
"Henneberry & Co. [189-?]. 4 pl, 335 p. 16°. NCW stereographed in the advanced correspondence style of standard phonography... New'York: AJ Graham, 1890. ..."

3. Egypt Through the Stereoscope: A Journey Through the Land of the Pharaohs by James Henry Breasted (1905)
"One hundred stereographed places of one country will generally give much better satisfaction than the same number scattered over several countries. ..."

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