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  • adv. In a panoramic way.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • As in a panorama; like a panorama: as, panoramically changing states.


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  • To view the landscape of the cancer genome panoramically, Vogelstein splayed out the entire human genome as if it were a piece of thread zigzagging across a square sheet of paper.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Kiefer's show is awesome when the works are viewed individually as well as when viewed panoramically in Gagosian's benevolently high-ceiled West Chelsea space s.

    David Finkle: Anselm Kiefer's Magnificent Must-See Gagosian Gallery Show

  • The film investigates human trafficking panoramically, following everyone from the traffickers themselves (both reformed and active), parents searching for their kidnapped son, parents trying to sell their daughter, a boy who himself was kidnapped, and the detective who's working a seven month old case with few clues, no witnesses, and no leads.

    Juli Weiner: Birth Controlled: China's Stolen Children Reviewed

  • This method encourages the viewer to experience the work slowly and panoramically.

    Kimberly Brooks: First Person Artist: Liat Yossifor

  • I rather shamefully played to the prejudice, quoting Henry Adams to the effect that, if you look at the American presidency panoramically, you've got to conclude that Darwin got it exactly backward.


  • Inside this plastic bubble I can see panoramically-the trees, the highway, Rebecca, getting smaller, disappearing.

    Songs of the Humpback Whale

  • French, Italian, English, and other faces that pass before one panoramically.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 1, July, 1862

  • They sat each with her back against a tree and with the enchanting view of the upper river spread out panoramically before them.

    The Slipper Point Mystery

  • As of old the victims of the Inquisition, waking or dreaming, beheld ever before them the instrument of their torture, so before this woman's racked and half-numbed mind panoramically passed, an endless pageant, the incidents of the night which had cut her off from living men and women.


  • To take several themes of this kind, and weave them together into a rich musical fabric passing panoramically before the ear with a continually varying flow of sentiment, is the highest feat of the musician: it is in this way that we get the fugue of Bach and the symphony of Beethoven.

    The Perfect Wagnerite, Commentary on the Ring


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