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A rough draft; a sketch.
drawing, preliminary drawing, outlineView synonyms
- ‘Entering the gallery, one encounters a whitewashed wall covered with croquis sketches of nude female figures.’
- ‘A sketchbook page that includes croquis of a Tanagra figure, swathed in draperies, suggests that the inspiration was in fact Hellenistic.’
- ‘The gifts range from affectionate croquis to entire sketchbooks.’
- ‘He sent her this copy containing his comical little croquis.’
- ‘But first I needed to glue onto each box a nice croquis of the contents inside.’
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