Definition of Cartoon strip
1. Noun. A sequence of drawings telling a story in a newspaper or comic book.
Group relationships: Newspaper, Paper, Comic Book
Generic synonyms: Cartoon, Sketch
Terms within: Frame
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cartoon Strip
Literary usage of Cartoon strip
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Personal Banking Fraud: Hearings Before the Committee on Banking and edited by James A. Leach (2000)
"... cartoon strip, specifically covers credit card fraud. Over three million copies of this informative brochure, available in English and Spanish, ..."
2. Practical Ideas for Teaching Writing As a Process by Carol B. Olson (1996)
"... pictures Dialogues Monologues Scripts Capsule stories (outline for plot or reconstruction of a cartoon strip) Biographical and autobiographical sketches ..."
3. Nigeria, on the Eve of "change": Transition to What? by Karen Sorensen, Africa Watch Committee (1991)
"... Times to confiscate and burn the Fun Times, a cartoon strip magazine which the protestors claimed had poked fun at Prophet Mohammed and Jesus Christ. ..."
4. Daytrips Eastern Australia: 60 One Day Adventures by Car, Rail Or Bus by James Postell (2004)
"The pub is modeled after a cartoon strip first shown in the Australian Post that ran until 1998. Samples of the comics are plastered along the walls and ..."
5. Ethics and National Defense: The Timeless Issues by James C. Gaston (1994)
"... boot-licking Lieutenant Fuzz (from the cartoon strip "Beetle Bailey") is a comical caricature, but the real life manifestations of this type of career- ..."
6. Changing the Fourth Estate: Essays on South African Journalism by Adrian Hadland (2005)
"An analogy would be a cartoon strip: first this shot, then that one, and so on. You also place your sound bites at their appropriate places. ..."
7. America's Habit: Drug Abuse, Drug Trafficking, and Organized Crime by Manuel Gonzales, Kevin McEnery, Thomas Sheehan, Susan Mellody (1998)
"... popularly known as "designer drugs," found in the nationally-syndicated cartoon strip "Doonesbury" in August 1985. At least one national publication. ..."