Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • As a schema or outline; in outline.

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  • adverb In the manner of a schematic. Drawn or described rather than an example.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in a schematic manner

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Examples

  • So we're assigning them Cason, who thrived with a San Diego defense that is very similar schematically to Dallas '.

    Backdraft: Joe Flacco among changing parts in '08 re-draft

  • Given the assumption that the matter in the universe is homogeneous and isotropic (The Cosmological Principle) it can be shown that the corresponding distortion of space-time (due to the gravitational effects of this matter) can only have one of three forms, as shown schematically in the picture at left.

    A Short Critique of Bradley Monton's Paper

  • As schematically shown in the figure below, the negative phase on the right is typically associated with a southward penetration of cold and snowy air over the Central and Northeastern United States as well as in Europe.

    Don't blame the Arctic oscillation

  • And I always felt that by splitting the show so schematically and frenetically between defense and prosecution, it was hard to develop much of a rooting interest for either side.

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  • In many of Noland's paintings the structure may be described schematically, apart from a consideration of color; but this is impossible in the case of Hover.

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  • "I think schematically it's not as hard," safety Chris Horton said.

    Safeties will be playing it safe less often

  • ` ` We didn't really change anything schematically and really just grinded this thing out.

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  • "(It's) a continual evolution schematically," he says, "solely to play to the strengths of our players."

    As change comes for Steelers, can winning ways be saved?

  • The Peutinger Table is a map of the Roman world, 20 feet long by one foot wide, drawn schematically like a subway diagram, and just about the coolest thing from the ancient world.

    Antiquities

  • In many of Noland's paintings the structure may be described schematically, apart from a consideration of color; but this is impossible in the case of Hover.

    Michael Fried on Kenneth Noland

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