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Synonyms for plot

Synonyms for plot

a piece of land

the series of events and relationships forming the basis of a composition

a secret plan to achieve an evil or illegal end

to show graphically the direction or location of, as by using coordinates

to work out a secret plan to achieve an evil or illegal end

Synonyms for plot

a secret scheme to do something (especially something underhand or illegal)

a small area of ground covered by specific vegetation

the story that is told in a novel or play or movie etc.

a chart or map showing the movements or progress of an object

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plan secretly, usually something illegal

make a schematic or technical drawing of that shows interactions among variables or how something is constructed

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make a plat of

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devise the sequence of events in (a literary work or a play, movie, or ballet)

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Its plotless form, Titmarsh's narrative voice, and even its use of folktale motifs such as devils signal a privileging of the pre-modern, and static over the modern and changeful.
Diameters were measured using a Biltmore reach stick (James and Shugart, 1970), distances to or between centers of tree trunks were determined with a tape measure for the two plotless methods.
What's in it for us: The Joffrey Ballet of Chicago, in the awesome modern dances that dominate this plotless behind-the-toe-shoes movie.
Datong featured as the primary location of Jia's digital video documentary short In Public (2001), a film which reads, in retrospect--with long, plotless takes of various semi-decayed urban public spaces, populated by anomalously cheery or passively defeated people--like a trial run through Unknown Pleasures' themes and preoccupations.
In this nearly plotless narrative, the focus remains on the couple and their relationships with the locals, a collection of richly developed individuals who represent a diverse cross-section of rural Irish life.
Though essentially plotless, what gives Downtime momentum is the character's desperate attempts to forge some kind of human connections.
It was a plotless flick of Earth rising over the moonscape.
The Point-quarter plotless sampling technique was utilized for a dendrological survey of a western Highland Rim, Hickman County, Tennessee forest.
At first I found the journal a bit rambling and plotless, but as the book's pace quickened and I became more interested in Irene's voice, which is wry and tender, I began to enjoy the chapters in this tough-minded woman's life.
In the invaluable section on sources and contexts the editors bring together information which crystallizes our sense of the witty theatricality of these rather plotless plays.
This semiautobiographical novel is largely plotless.
The plays were often plotless and were intended as vehicles for songs and specialities.
A plotless satire taking place on April Fool's Day, the book is filled with characters difficult to distinguish from one another; most of them are different manifestations of the confidence man.
Fans of the late Wallace will be curious, but distrib A24 will need stronger notices than it will likely get to pull anyone else into this plotless two-hander.
Narrative, interrupted; the plotless, the disturbing and the trivial in literature.