stenographic

[ stuh-nog-ruh-fee ]SEE DEFINITION OF stenographic
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STENOGRAPHIC

We may regret that no stenographic report was made of the interview.

When they returned to the office, Athalie began to transcribe her stenographic notes.

In the course of our stenographic conversation, I learned that "cax" signified two.

From these meetings all stenographic reporters were excluded.

The stenographic record of the interrogation was typed by Miss Wallingford.

Nor was there anything in the least businesslike, official, or stenographic about her manner.

But that day at lunch Miss Winthrop handed him a stenographic report of the entire conversation.

These clicks were the uniform, stenographic symbols of his emotions, and he could give them an infinite variety of meaning.

The stenographic and massage courses take the longest time; but at St. Dunstan's there is no time limit set for any course.

Miss Anthony never wrote her addresses and no stenographic reports were made.

WORD ORIGIN

"shorthand," c.1600, from Greek stenos "narrow" (of unknown origin) + -graphy.

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