1. illustrated, pictured, sketched, photographed, painted; diagrammatic, charted, delinea-tive, delineated.
2. vivid, striking, telling, picturesque, expressive, cogent; lucid, clear, crystal-clear, manifest, plain, obvious, unmistakable.
3. graphic, illustrative, representative; realistic, particular, detailed, distinct, well-defined, well-delineated, well-drawn, effective; realistic, explicit, express, specific, definite, precise.
4. illustrated magazine, photojournalistic publication, picture supplement, Sunday supplement, rotogravure; school annual, yearbook, Inf. rogues' gallery.

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