from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A diagrammatic or abridged plan giving simply the emplacement of the chief points of interest. It may be a key or index to more elaborate plans.


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  • 'I tried to get your papers back, and the key-plan of the mines.

    The Striker Portfolio Hall, Adam 1968

  • These have been put together by Professor Middleton of Cambridge, who has also made out a key-plan of the tomb.

    The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti John Addington Symonds 1866


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