Sketch



noun
1.
a simply or hastily executed drawing or painting, especially a preliminary one, giving the essential features without the details.
2.
a rough design, plan, or draft, as of a book.
3.
a brief or hasty outline of facts, occurrences, etc.:
a sketch of his life.
4.
a short, usually descriptive, essay, history, or story.
5.
a short play or slight dramatic performance, as one forming part of a vaudeville program.
verb (used with object)
6.
to make a sketch of.
7.
to set forth in a brief or general account:
He sketched his own part in the affair.
8.
Metallurgy. (in a steel mill or the like) to mark (a piece) for cutting.
verb (used without object)
9.
to make a sketch or sketches.
noun
1.
a rapid drawing or painting, often a study for subsequent elaboration
2.
a brief usually descriptive and informal essay or other literary composition
3.
a short play, often comic, forming part of a revue
4.
a short evocative piece of instrumental music, esp for piano
5.
any brief outline
verb
6.
to make a rough drawing (of)
7.
(transitive) often foll by out. to make a brief description of
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