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sketch in Painting and drawing topic

sketchsketch2 ●●○ verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]AVDRAW to draw a sketch of somethingsee thesaurus at draw2 (also sketch out) [transitive] to describe something in a general way, giving the basic ideas Holford sketched a 10-year programme for rebuilding the city. sketch in ↔ something→ See Verb table
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sketchHe sat by the river, sketching.Yeltsin sketched an aggressive battle plan for winning back his countrymen.I started sketching, but my hand shook.The image of the war that I sketched earlier continues to color the efforts of many honest people.He sat against the wall sketching on a pad with colored pencils, a picture of telephone poles.The remarks in this section only sketch out a province for which a proper theory of discourse deixis might provide an account.But Labour, too, was disappointing in its reluctance to sketch out what an alternative science policy might look like.Maggie grabbed a piece of paper and quickly sketched the bird before it flew away.Finally, we sketch the evolution of Marxism after Marx.The departmental profiles that follow sketch the research interests of their members.Truc, normally so good natured, was shouting angrily at Nina who was sitting on the raft and sketching the scene.