Phonographic

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to a phonograph or to phonography. phonographical.

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Usage examples "phonographic":

  1. Just at present Mr. Bell is engaged upon a modification of the phonograph, which may enable persons not wholly deaf to hear a phonographic reproduction of the human voice, even if they cannot hear the voice itself. - "Inventors", Philip Gengembre Hubert.
  2. It leads to a mental habit of phonographic repetition, with no resort to independent thinking. - "The Century Handbook of Writing", Garland Greever Easley S. Jones.
  3. They must have had enormous faith in each other, those lovers of old- time, or they must have suffered as we can hardly bear to think of- we, who write to each other twice a day, telegraph three times, telephone six, and transmit a phonographic record of our sighs to each other night and morn. - "Vanishing Roads and Other Essays", Richard Le Gallienne.