conspectus

[ kuhn-spek-tuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF conspectus

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None of this causation is brought into Schumpeter's conspectus picture.

See pp. 192-200 for a conspectus of these complex recollections.

He had mastered this conspectus in a flash of time, and was already tired of it.

Indeed, the writer once thought of appending a kind of conspectus or "summing up."

The audile phenomena were so frequent and so various, that a conspectus of them is given in an appendix.

His works are, Conspectus Physiologicus de Fontibus differentiarum relat.

Conspectus, kon-spek′tus, n. a comprehensive survey: a synopsis.

Conspectus operum thiopicorum qu ad excudendum parata habebat Wanslebius.

This conspectus of the transformation we experience may foster its own forms of fresh confusion.

But the time is not wasted; the conspectus is always good, and the blur that remains on the mind is probably just enough.

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