verb (used with object), di·a·gramed or di·a·grammed, di·a·gram·ing or di·a·gram·ming.
Origin of diagram
Examples from the Web for diagram
There are indications of this early on, particularly in a scene in which Selina tries to teach Pervus to diagram sentences.
But nobody can look at that diagram and think about anything other than an impressively sized phallus.11 News Anchor Flubs: Tom Brokaw on Ambien, Weather Penis, and More|Alec Kubas-Meyer|December 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Deep in the shadows they aimed a pinpoint flashlight at a diagram drawn from a recent satellite image.The Night the SEALS Captured the Butcher of Fallujah|Patrick Robinson|November 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I ask Lynch to draw a diagram to show the before and after of TM.David Lynch Discusses Transcendental Meditation in Los Angeles|Sean Macaulay|April 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So the diagram had a Seinfeldian twist: it was about nothing.
The cane, K K, is fastened by thread as in the diagram; the thread can pass through a hole in the cork.Toy-Making in School and Home|Ruby Kathleen Polkinghorne and Mabel Irene Rutherford Polkinghorne
The knees should be extended to the sides, as shown in the diagram.The Art of Stage Dancing|Ned Wayburn
"One other thing, sir," said Engineer Wyman, pointing to the diagram of the ship which hung on the wall.The Star Lord|Boyd Ellanby
The diagram passed from hand to hand during cocktail time, before dinner.Naudsonce|H. Beam Piper
I here append a diagram of the cards as laid out in this mode of divination.The Illustrated Key to the Tarot|L. W. de Laurence
British Dictionary definitions for diagram
verb -grams, -gramming or -grammed or US -grams, -graming or -gramed
Word Origin for diagram
Word Origin and History for diagram
1610s, from French diagramme, from Latin diagramma, from Greek diagramma "geometric figure, that which is marked out by lines," from diagraphein "mark out by lines, delineate," from dia- "across, out" (see dia-) + graphein "write, mark, draw" (see -graphy). The verb is 1840, from the noun.