adjective Also graph·i·cal.
Origin of graphic
Examples from the Web for graphical
These lines, therefore, give a graphical representation of the distribution of charge.
But that portrait, so graphical and complete, was a spell as powerful as Odin's to break silence.Merrie England In The Olden Time, Vol. 1 (of 2)|George Daniel
The tuition of each special course is complemented with graphical work, applied drawing, plans, and practices.Industrial Cuba|Robert P. Porter
The graphical method leads at once to the detection of such cases.
Graphical methods of solution are often the best (see Graph).
British Dictionary definitions for graphical
Word Origin for graphic
Word Origin and History for graphical
"vivid," 1570s (implied in graphically), from Latin graphicus "picturesque," from Greek graphikos "of or for writing, belonging to drawing, picturesque," from graphe "writing, drawing," from graphein "to write" (see -graphy). Meaning "of or pertaining to drawing" is from 1756. Related: Graphically. Graphic design is attested by 1956. Graphic equalizer is from 1969.