- of or relating to geography.
- of or relating to the natural features, population, industries, etc., of a region or regions.
Origin of geographical
Examples from the Web for geographic
But the picture is torn in half by the geographic separation of the friezes.Britain Has Lost Its Marbles: Elgin Loan Will Appease Putin
December 5, 2014
Stated another way, geographic distance is a critical advantage in the world of epidemics, as well as in war.What Ebola on a Plane Means for the U.S.
August 7, 2014
"Heroin abuse is not limited to a certain demographic or geographic area," says Rusty Payne, public affairs director of the DEA.The White Collar Heroin Problem
February 4, 2014
Between gerrymandering and geographic sorting, Republicans have a solid grip on the House of Representatives.Give Up on the House Majority, Democrats. It’s Not Happening
January 30, 2014
I have identified the American troops by their rank and geographic location served.War Is the New Peace: American Vets Reflect on Syria
John Kael Weston
September 10, 2013
They were on the geographic fringe but at the leadership core.
No one questioned that commercial and geographic union had been effected.America First
Geographic location has a good deal to do with this tendency.The Economic Aspect of Geology
C. K. Leith
It is childish to go in search of the geographic location of this homeland.The Jewish State
Also there are geographic gradients or clines, in number of folds.Speciation in the Brazilian Spiny Rats
Word Origin and History for geographic
1620s, shortened form of geographical; in some cases probably from Middle French géographique.