- of, relating to, or characteristic of a phonograph.
- of, relating to, or noting phonography.
Origin of phonographic
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Examples from the Web for phonographic
He spoke with an effort, his voice sounded strange to himself, phonographic.Rimrock Trail
J. Allan Dunn
In this it is like all other alphabets except one—the phonographic.What Is Man? And Other Stories
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
With phonographic distinctness he could recall almost every word that was said.The Mystery of the Clasped Hands</p>
The new law proposed remedies this, but of course the phonographic companies are fighting the new bill tooth and nail.
Perhaps the same question may be embraced in the points to be raised by the phonographic record people as well.
- of or relating to phonography
- of or relating to the recording of music
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Word Origin and History for phonographic
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