Did you possibly mean cinematographic?
“A creepy old man who runs a "kinematographic" tent show tells a young boy that actually, he had been the first man on the moon.”
“Morphology has to replace the living continuity by a kinematographic succession of stages.”
“Another series of kinematographic mental processes informed me that Mr. Stuffenhammer was an immense catch.”
“Northward he knew were the potters, makers not only of earthenware and china, but of the kindred pastes and compounds a subtler mineralogical chemistry had devised; there were the makers of statuettes and wall ornaments and much intricate furniture; there too were the factories where feverishly competitive authors devised their phonograph discourses and advertisements and arranged the groupings and developments for their perpetually startling and novel kinematographic dramatic works.”
“Directly they arrived at his apartments Asano departed in search of kinematographic renderings of machinery in motion, and Lincoln despatched Graham's commands for models of machines and small machines to illustrate the various mechanical advances of the last two centuries.”
“To flash through kinematographic glimpses of vineland and oliveland, and graceful blue mountain shapes; to see strange villages of whose existence you would never know when plodding along by train; to fly from one living reminder of Don Quixote to another, as we were doing to-day (had we not seen the inn where he was knighted?) — Bang!”
“No explorer in recent years has crossed distant lands and seas without a kinematographic outfit.”
“But the inclosed scene was often not a sufficient background; the kinematographic camera was brought to mountains and seashore, and soon to the jungles of Africa or to Central”
“Naturally, no one ever believes old man Bedford's ridiculous moon-landing tale, even though he has the kinematographic evidence to prove it.”
“Directly they arrived at his apartments Asano departed in search of kinematographic renderings of machinery in motion, and Lincoln despatched Graham’s commands for models of machines and small machines to illustrate the various mechanical advances of the last two centuries.”
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