from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to chorography; descriptive of a particular region, country, or locality; laying down or marking the bounds of a particular country or locality, as a map.
- Pertaining to the notation of dancing. See chorography . Also chorographical, choregraphical.
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Young men and women took each other by the hand, and formed together one of those country groups which are the elements of the chorographic art.
William Camden, 1551-1623: author of Britannia, or a chorographic description of the most flourishing kingdoms of England, Scotland,
This has degenerated, and art also, which has descended from its true sphere of activity in the church; so that those who exercise chorographic, culinary, cosmetic, and wig-making arts are now as much entitled to the name of artists as poets, painters, and musicians.