Definition of Diagraphs

1. Noun. (plural of diagraph) ¹



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Definition of Diagraphs

1. diagraph [n] - See also: diagraph

Lexicographical Neighbors of Diagraphs

diagramless
diagrammable
diagrammatic
diagrammatical
diagrammatically
diagrammatics
diagramme
diagrammed
diagrammes
diagramming
diagrams
diagraph
diagraphic
diagraphical
diagraphics
diagraphs (current term)
diagrid
diagrids
diaheliotropic
diaheliotropism
diakineses
diakinesis
diakinetic
diakoptics
dial
dial-a-ride
dial-in
dial-up
dial-ups
dial in

Literary usage of Diagraphs

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

1. Teaching for Deep Comprehension: A Reading Workshop Approach by Linda J. Dorn, Carla Soffos (2005)
"Write a word from the text-twite students to generate other words that begin the same (blends, consonant clusters, diagraphs, prefixes), rhyme, ..."

2. Report by United States Board on Geographic Names, United States Geographic Board (1916)
"Whichever be * more exact, or the more frequent, Л1 necessity exists of distinguishing л from No. 6 in transliteration: and.» the stock of diagraphs is ..."

3. The Practical Study of Languages: A Guide for Teachers and Learners by Henry Sweet (1906)
"... as far as is reasonable and convenient, expressed by single letters instead of diagraphs, must necessarily discard any one national traditional basis. ..."

4. Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue by Robert Ellis, Great Britain Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851, London Great exhibition of the works of industry of all nations, 1851 (1851)
"diagraphs and pantographs, for copying maps, charts, tableaux, and drawings of all descriptions. The diagraph is furnished with magnifying glasses for ..."

5. Addresses and Proceedings by National Education Association of the United States, National Teachers' Association (U.S.)., American Normal School Association, Central College Association (1905)
"The present report merely adds enough new signs to provide single characters for the consonants and diagraphs, the step which Professor Whitney avowedly ..."

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