Words with Graph: Definitions & Examples

Discover an extensive list of words containing “graph” and learn their meanings in this comprehensive guide.

  1. Autograph- A person’s own signature.
  2. Biography- A detailed description of someone’s life.
  3. Calligraphy- Decorative handwriting or handwritten lettering.
  4. Choreography- The art of creating dance movements.
  5. Cinematography- The art of making motion pictures.
  6. Cryptography- The practice and study of techniques for secure communication.
  7. Demographic- Related to the structure of populations.
  8. Electrocardiograph- A machine that records the electrical activity of the heart.
  9. Epigraph- A quotation or inscription at the beginning of a book or chapter.
  10. Geography- The study of Earth’s physical features and the human interaction with them.
  11. Graph- A visual representation of data.
  12. Graphic- Relating to visual art, especially involving drawing or engraving.
  13. Graphite- A form of carbon used in pencils for writing or drawing.
  14. Holograph- A manuscript handwritten by its author.
  15. Ideograph- A character or symbol representing an idea or thing without expressing the pronunciation.
  16. Lithograph- A print made by lithography, a method of printing using a stone or metal plate.
  17. Monograph- A detailed study on a single specialized subject.
  18. Orthography- The conventional spelling system of a language.
  19. Paragraph- A distinct section of a piece of writing dealing with a single theme.
  20. Photography- The art of taking and processing photographs.
  21. Phonograph- An early sound-reproducing machine.
  22. Polygraph- A machine designed to detect and record changes in physiological characteristics.
  23. Seismograph- An instrument that measures and records details of earthquakes.
  24. Stylograph- A writing instrument with a needle-like point.
  25. Telegraph- A system for transmitting messages from a distance along a wire.
  26. Thermograph- A device that records temperature variations.
  27. Topography- The arrangement of natural and artificial physical features of an area.

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