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synonyms for ideography

  • cuneal writing
  • cuneiform
  • curiology
  • hieroglyphics
  • phonographic writing
  • runes
  • script
  • symbolical writing
  • symbology
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How to use ideography in a sentence

Here also the Chinese ideography has its advantage, in even a simple line, for example, "The sun rises in the east."
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Ideography, ī-de-og′ra-fi, n. the representation of things by pictures, and not by sound-symbols or letters.
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WORDS RELATED TO IDEOGRAPHY

  • cuneal writing
  • cuneiform
  • curiology
  • hieroglyphics
  • ideography
  • phonographic writing
  • runes
  • script
  • symbolical writing
  • symbology
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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