Definition of phonography
OTHER WORDS FROM phonographypho·nog·ra·pher, pho·nog·ra·phist, noun
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How to use phonography in a sentence
For all practical purposes phonography is no better now than it was thirty years ago.
It should be added, however, that a knowledge of working on the type-writer should accompany the ability to write phonography.
The principles of telegraphy are far simpler than those of phonography, but the necessity for practice is equally important.
A great many learners of this art prefer to have a teacher's help, though phonography can be mastered without such aid.
If our school committees understood the times, it would be taught, even before phonography or physiology, at school.If, Yes and Perhaps|Edward Everett Hale