Definition of panoramic in English:

panoramic

Line breaks: pano|ram¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˌpanəˈramɪk
 
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adjective

1(Of a view or picture) with a wide view surrounding the observer; sweeping: on a clear day there are panoramic views
More example sentences
  • The garden rests in a most scenic location on the side of Mount Leinster, affording panoramic views of the beautiful surrounding countryside.
  • From various points during their game, the women will be able to take in breathtaking panoramic views of the Italian countryside.
  • In the living room, an outsize picture window offers a panoramic view of hills to the north.
Synonyms
1.1Including all aspects of a subject; wide-ranging: his panoramic vision of post-World War I peace
More example sentences
  • In their panoramic views of nature, many naturalists arranged human tribes into a number of natural varieties.
  • In Sex and Reason, Posner sketches a panoramic history of sex and society.
  • How did you come to write such a panoramic book?

Derivatives

panoramically

Pronunciation: /-ˈramɪk(ə)li/
adverb
More example sentences
  • Political theorists love its generalisations; historians, who are antagonistic to theorists, love its panoramically detailed picture of America in the early 19th century.
  • To appreciate the revival, you must buy into James Goldman's book, which is peddling a panoramically bleak take on marriage.
  • The city is generously, panoramically free of any smidgen of beauty, but not without a fearsome charm and noisome excitement.

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