Definition of Chromatically

1. Adverb. With respect to color. "Chromatically pure"

Partainyms: Chromatic

Definition of Chromatically

1. adv. In a chromatic manner.

Definition of Chromatically

1. Adverb. In a chromatic manner. ¹

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Definition of Chromatically

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chromatically

chromatic aberration
chromatic apparatus
chromatic audition
chromatic color
chromatic colour
chromatic fibre
chromatic granule
chromatic number
chromatic numbers
chromatic scale
chromatic scales
chromatic spectrum
chromatic vision
chromatically (current term)
chromatin 3'-phosphatase-5'-hydroxy kinase
chromatin body
chromatin granule
chromatin network
chromatin nucleolus
chromatin particles

Literary usage of Chromatically

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1. Advanced Ear-training and Sight-singing as Applied to the Study of Harmony by George Anson Wedge (1922)
"In using the scale-line these inflections must progress chromatically as chromatic passing-tones, never diatonically, or a modulation will occur: 3 4 $4 5 ..."

2. Modern Harmony in Its Theory and Practice by Arthur Foote, Walter Raymond Spalding (1905)
"CHAPTER XXXVII chromatically ALTERED CHORDS 175. So far we have been dealing with chords of a definite tonality, which were classified mainly as triads ..."

3. War Work of the Bureau of Standards: April 1, 1921 by National Bureau of Standards, United States (1921)
"The Bureau was also asked to investigate the practical possibilities of chromatically concealed insignia; that is, insignia woven; painted, or made in such ..."

4. Practical Harmony: A Systematic Course in Fifty-four Lessons, with Numerous by Ludwig Bussler (1896)
"THE chromatically ALTERED CHORDS. § 71. THEIR NATURE. All chords that have hitherto come under our notice consisted of notes of a particular major or minor ..."

5. Goodrich's Analytical Harmony by Alfred John Goodrich (1893)
"SUCCESSION OF DOMINANT SEVENTH CHORDS DIATONICALLY AND chromatically. ANOTHER MEANS OF TRANSITION. 'T-VHE fact was demonstrated in a previous chapter that ..."

6. Music by Henry Charles Banister (1887)
"192, the chromatically lowered 7th is restored to ita Diatonic form prior to ... But it is quite possible to alter, chromatically, other intervals of chords ..."

7. The Musical Guide by Rupert Hughes (1903)
"(£•) Minor sixths up or down chromatically. (These are inversions of the major ... (A) Augmented fourths may ascend or descend chromatically where they form ..."

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