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  • adjective Not geographic.


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un- +‎ geographic


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  • As a first and obvious application of this mode of geographic study of cities appears the criticism, and; when possible, the amendment of the city's plan, the monotonous rectangularity of the American city, and the petty irregularity more common in our own, being alike uneconomic and inartistic because ungeographic, irrational because irregional.

    Civics: as Applied Sociology Patrick Geddes 1893


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  • There is something refreshingly ungeographic about Japanese-robed singers singing a merry madrigal.

    --Richard L. Tobin, 2007, Invasion Journal‎, p. 59

    January 6, 2009