Definition of Stereogram

1. n. A diagram or picture which represents objects in such a way as to give the impression of relief or solidity; also, a stereograph.



Definition of Stereogram

1. Noun. An early stereophonic music centre containing a gramophone and radio, and often storage space for records ¹

2. Noun. A stereoscopic image; a stereograph ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stereogram

1. [n -S]

Stereogram Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stereogram

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

Literary usage of Stereogram

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1. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1903)
"In the " parallax stereogram," as the inventor proposes to call the new photograph on glass, the same effect of relief in a far more perfect degree is ..."

2. Gold: Its Geological Occurrence and Geographical Distribution by James Malcolm Maclaren (1908)
"stereogram OF ORE-SHOOT ox THE PINTO DYKE AND PHARMACIST VEIN, CRIPPLE CREEE (Lindgren). The values occur in irregular ore-shoots within the fissures. ..."

3. Geology Applied to Mining by Josiah Edward Spurr (1907)
"stereogram illustrating the total displacement of a fault . 154 25. stereogram illustrating various functions of a fault . . 155 26. ..."

4. The Dictionary of Photography for the Amateur and Professional Photographer by Edward John Wall (1902)
"Parallax stereogram. The parallax stereogram of Mr. Ives is a positive transparency which consists of narrow stripes alternately derived from the two halves ..."

5. The American Amateur Photographer (1902)
"One of these applications was to the production of a stereogram which should require no stereoscope or other optical aid to be seen in relief, ..."

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