Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as working-drawing.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • By the close of the third year we could not but be as much encouraged by the advance of hygienic sentiment and practice among the students, as we were by their commendable progress in liberal culture; and both seemed to us largely and fairly attributable to the systematic methods which, one by one, had been patiently wrought out from the original confusion, and as patiently fitted into an efficient working-plan.

    The Education of American Girls

  • What I want now is a better working-plan for that which has already been placed before me.

    The Prairie Child

  • "I think," she said, dryly, "that you have a fair idea of what it means; a rough working-plan at least -- enough to begin on."

    The Princess Aline

  • "I think," she said, dryly, "that you have a fair idea of what it means; a rough working-plan at least -- enough to begin on."

    The Princess Aline

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