Definition of Atechnic

1. a. Without technical or artistic knowledge.



Definition of Atechnic

1. Adjective. Without technical or artistic knowledge. ¹

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Definition of Atechnic

1. lacking technical knowledge [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Atechnic

atchievement
atchievements
atchieves
atchieving
atchoo
ate
ate away
ate like a bird
ate like a horse
ate one's seed corn
ate one's words
ate the seed corn
atebrin
atebrine hydrochloride
atebrins
atechnic (current term)
ateji
atelectases
atelectasis
atelectatic
atelectatic rale
ateleiosis
ateleiotic
ateles
atelestite
atelia
atelic
atelier
atelierista
ateliers

Literary usage of Atechnic

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1. The Fortnightly Review (1869)
"The atechnic reader is respectfully informed, that what is said here1 of etching ... A very ludicrous instance of the blunders made by atechnic reviewers ..."

2. Thoughts about Art by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1888)
"Where the atechnic sees a few irregular horizontal lines at the top of a piece of paper, the artist, by instantaneous association of the sign with the thing ..."

3. Pictorial Composition and the Critical Judgment of Pictures: A Handbook for by Henry Rankin Poore (1903)
"No part of art expression commands more of the mysterious reverence of the atechnic than perspective. It is that universal art term that includes very much ..."

4. Etchings & Etchers by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1905)
"It may be difficult to convey to the atechnic reader that full apprehension of the wonder of such work as this, ..."

5. The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine (1863)
"Theoretical, when it confines its teaching to the proper laws of thinking; practical, when it supplies atechnic or method of facilitating the operations of ..."

6. The Library by Andrew Lang, Austin Dobson, William John Loftie (1892)
"Into the matter in dispute, it is perhaps presumptuous for an " atechnic " to adventure himself. But to the outsider it would certainly seem as if the chief ..."

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