Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A map of the entire earth.

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Examples

  • The game attempts to form a plot by sending you around to different places on a world-map.

    MAMEmania: Blocken » Fanboy.com

  • It's also an extremely cool mashup, as Twitter posts pop up in their respective geographic positions, and the world-map shifts constantly in a vain attempt to keep up.

    All A-Twitter About Twittervision

  • Standing with his hands on his hips in front of the rotating world-map screensaver, he looks less like Captain Picard and more like a chain-smoking Lex Luthor.

    The Pedal-to-the-Metal, Totally Illegal, Cross-Country Sprint for Glory

  • It's also an extremely cool mashup, as Twitter posts pop up in their respective geographic positions, and the world-map shifts constantly in a vain attempt to keep up.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Standing with his hands on his hips in front of the rotating world-map screensaver, he looks less like Captain Picard and more like a chain-smoking Lex Luthor.

    The Pedal-to-the-Metal, Totally Illegal, Cross-Country Sprint for Glory

  • It is most difficult to put your finger on a single spot of the world-map that is not being torn and uptorn by unrest in one shape or another.

    Quiet Talks on the Crowned Christ of Revelation

  • We have a large world-map posted to our living room wall and take turns weekly choosing a destination at random (with eyes shut).

    BlogHer - Comments

  • The face of the phone has a small amount of brown brushed metal below the display, while the glossy piano-black backing features a world-map design in a subtle gold color.

    Macworld

  • The points of light that form his dotted world-map backdrop will be dark.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • We have a large world-map posted to our living room wall and take turns weekly choosing a destination at random (with eyes shut).

    BlogHer - Comments

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