Of or relating to written representation. (adjective)
Of or relating to pictorial representation. (adjective)
Of, relating to, or represented by or as if by a graph. (adjective)
Described in vivid detail. (adjective)
Clearly outlined or set forth. (adjective)
Of or relating to the graphic arts. (adjective)
Of or relating to graphics. (adjective)
Geology Having crystals resembling printed characters. (adjective)
A work of graphic art. (noun)
A pictorial device used for illustration, as in a lecture. (noun)
A graphic display generated by a computer or an imaging device. (noun)
Examples of word graphic
As I prepare for a new year of book reviews, both conceptually deep and in graphic novels, I am finishing off my backlog of trade paperback anthology (more frequently and inaccurately called graphic novels) reviews.
The legendary cartoonist Will Eisner popularized the term "graphic novel" with books like A Contract with God.
Superhero movies rule the box office, and thanks to the term "graphic novel," hipsters...
The date is also flashed across the screen following the title graphic which read "Brotherly encounter between Fidel and Chávez."
How differently would a conversation go if you choose the word "graphic novel" in place of comic book?