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graphic

, graphical
Geology having or denoting a texture formed by intergrowth of the crystals to resemble writing

graphic

A visual representation such as a photo, illustration or diagram. A graphic may contain text, but text by itself is not considered a graphic unless it is done in a stylized fashion. In the computer, a graphic is a file such as a JPEG or GIF. See graphic arts and graphics formats.
References in classic literature ?
She had got nothing from him more graphic about the Lowick cottages than that they were "not bad.
Tom showed such undisguised and open-mouthed interest in his narrations that the old guard rubbed up his memory, and launched out into a graphic history of all the performances of the boys on the roads for the last twenty years.
And I discovered in his speeches that this man of books could be graphic and picturesque.
After scoring over my calmness in this graphic way he nodded wisely.
Still, the sneer at my graphic powers irritated me - for I am considered a good artist - and, therefore, when you handed me the scrap of parchment, I was about to crumple it up and throw it angrily into the fire.
Comics, anime/manga and graphic novels--the last cultural frontier.
Chances are, there are plenty of examples of graphic design.
Triscend, a provider of Configurable System-on-Chip (CSoC) devices, has announced that for the first time, designers have access to an 8-bit microcontroller with a graphic LCD driver built-in.