from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Paper ruled usually into small squares of equal size for use in drawing charts, graphs, or diagrams.

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  • n. Paper ruled into small squares, usually of equal size, for use in drawing graphs or other charts.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. paper that has lines to permit drawing graphs


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  • Then he had taken out the graph paper and measuring tape Auberon had provided for him, going over the house inch by inch until he was satisfied that no rooms hid between the walls.

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  • She leaned over and picked up the book and opened it where a folded-over sheet of graph paper was holding her place.


  • * He would draw an animal on graph paper, and then he would distort the graph paper in a mathematically specifiable way and show that the form of the original animal had turned into another, related animal.


  • I rise and approach Kony and Otti while holding up a sheet of graph paper on which every single attack, kidnapping, and armed clash they have been responsible for in recent years is recorded.

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