What is another word for pictorial?

Pronunciation: [pɪktˈɔːɹɪəl] (IPA)

Pictorial, meaning representing or expressing through a picture, can also be described using other synonyms. Some alternatives to use include graphic, visual, illustrative, schematic, and diagrammatic. A graphic representation conveys information through images or drawings, while a visual approach consists of visual aids to aid understanding. Illustrative describes something that is created or characterized by illustrations, whereas schematic refers to something that follows a plan or schematic plan. Finally, diagrammatic is something presented in the form of diagrams or charts. All these synonyms for pictorial can be used interchangeably to highlight the visual aspect of a person, place, or thing.

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What are the hypernyms for Pictorial?

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What are the hyponyms for Pictorial?

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What are the opposite words for pictorial?

Pictorial means something that is visual, graphic, or illustrated. Antonyms for the word "pictorial" are words that convey opposite meanings. The first antonym would be textual which refers to something that is written or has to do with words, not pictures. Another antonym is aural, which refers to something that is heard or related to sound, not visuals. Another option is conceptual, referring to something that is abstract or theoretical, rather than concrete or visual. Additionally, mathematical is an antonym for pictorial, as math has to do with numbers and equations, not visuals. Lastly, the word verbal can also be an antonym for pictorial, as it describes something that is spoken or communicated by using words.

Usage examples for Pictorial

The label title, being usually printed high up on the page, left two-thirds, or thereabouts, blank beneath it, and this space was soon filled, sometimes by a pictorial woodcut, sometimes by a mark or device, which at first might be either that of the printer or publisher, but gradually came to be much more often the publisher's.
"Fine Books"
Alfred W. Pollard
It should be said, however, that his "historiated" or pictorial capitals are apparently original and mostly good.
"Fine Books"
Alfred W. Pollard
But, as far as pictorial cuts in important books are concerned, we are nearing the end.
"Fine Books"
Alfred W. Pollard

Famous quotes with Pictorial

  • The art of motion pictures is pictorial and language comes a distant second.
    Jean-Jacques Annaud
  • The mandala describes balance. This is so whatever the pictorial form.
    Stephen Gardiner
  • The art of pictorial creation is so complicated - it is so astronomical in its possibilities of relation and combination that it would take an act of super-human concentration to explain the final realization.
    Hans Hofmann
  • The susceptibility of the average modern to pictorial suggestion enables advertising to exploit his lessened power of judgment.
    Johan Huizinga
  • So on my screenplay, on the left-hand side of the page, I will put all the ideas that refer to the scene next to it so I have some sort of pictorial reference.
    Adrian Lyne

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