geographic

[ jee-uh-graf-i-kuh l or jee-uh-graf-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF geographic

Synonyms for geographic

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They were on the geographic fringe but at the leadership core.

No one questioned that commercial and geographic union had been effected.

Geographic location has a good deal to do with this tendency.

It is childish to go in search of the geographic location of this homeland.

Also there are geographic gradients or clines, in number of folds.

Geographic variation in these measurements is clinal in some species.

Maybe it is geographic, maybe there is some other reason for it.

It is easier to define the geographic range of the wild Sweet Cherry.

Midway across the State is the geographic center of North America.

In this regard, M. frenata is intermediate as it is also in geographic position.

WORD ORIGIN

1620s, shortened form of geographical; in some cases probably from Middle French géographique.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GEOGRAPHIC

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