A sketch composed of such lines; the delineation of a figure without shading.
Fig.: A sketch of any scheme; a preliminary or general indication of a plan, system, discourse, course of thought, etc.; as, the outline of a speech.
To draw the outline of.
Fig.: To sketch out or indicate as by an outline; to create a general framework of (a plan, system, discourse, course of thought), for which the details need to be added; as, to outline an argument or a campaign.
To make a summary of the significant features of a subject.
give summary of a topic in list format
A point-by-point summary of the arguments and information contained in the paper, in the order that they are to be presented. Both for your own ease of reading while you are presenting, and for the audience, the outline should be stated in very clear, brief points.
Asks candidates to write a brief summary of the major aspects of the issue, principle, approach or argument stated in the question. For example: Outline two reasons why the participant observer may have obtained different information from that obtained through questionnaires and interviews.
Unlike the treatment, which is a narrative, the outline is a skeletal list of the scenes in a cinematic story.
a scene by scene breakdown/list of the story of a script. Shows each point and beat.
An early step in the process of scriptwriting providing a narrative of the characters and plot.
An expanded synopsis of the story created by the writer. Usually just a few pages in length, it details the main plot, sub-plots and the relationships between the main characters.
a formal or informal statement of items to be included in the paper, in the order in which they will appear
a formal system used to think about and organize your paper
a general plan of the material that is to be presented in a speech or a paper
an organizational process that is a logical description of the important components of the literature review
The line which marks the outer limits of an object or figure; the exterior line or edge; contour.
The outside edge of text or a graphic.
a line that describes the outside edge of an object or figure
The line around the outer edge of a form to show its overall shape
Give main points and essential supplementary materials, omitting minor details, and present the information in a systematic arrangement or classification.
give an organised description in which you state the main points but omit detail
give the main points or general principles of a topic, omitting minor details, and emphasising structure and relationship.
The skeleton or frame work of a piece FINAL OUTLINE: After fill-in and designs have been applied the outline is re-executed to define the letters.
The exterior line defining the shape of a body.
trace the shape of
The defining shape of a surfboard from nose to tail as seen from the deck or bottom. Outline is the first step in a designer's work, and can be gauged accurately by measuring width from rail to rail at various points along the board. Also known as the template, or template curve. * see illustration
An outline is usually a closed shape and represents a single passage of the cutting wire, contrary to the junction, which requires a back and forth movement. An outline is made of several segments.
a hierarchical structure (ordered by level of importance) that illustrates the relationship of ideas
a hierarchical way to display related items of text to graphically depict their relationships
a way of storing and viewing snippets of text hierarchically
A hierarchical structure for a project that shows how some task s fit within broader group ings. [D01126] MSP98
an excellent communication tool for the whole project team
a starting point and having a good tool for creating one is very important
a tool that provides the structure needed to arrange an extraordinary number of complex and interrelated concepts into a comprehensive document
a useful tool to help accomplish this
In art: A line drawn by pencil, pen, graver, or the like, by which the boundary of a figure is indicated.
In drawing, an imaginary line which marks the boundary of an object or figure, without taking into consideration light, shade, internal modeling, or color.
COLOR Coloring of only the boundaries, borders, or coastlines.
An outline arranges the thoughts in your document in a hierarchy order where the most important points are at the same outline level and the supporting points are at a lower level. In a PowerPoint presentation, the slide titles are at the highest level in the outline. The bullet points fall in levels below, based on their indentions.
a hierarchy of short phrases (often called headlines), typically used to plan a complex procedure or design
a list of related items that has been structured into a hierarchy to show the relationships between different items
the line that appears to bound an object
a line around an element
the line surrounding an object
a marvelous thing when kept on a scrap of paper in your hip pocket
a simple device to keep things straight
a very personal thing in my opinion
a pithy description of a subject
a valuable teaching aid because it helps you stay on the subject as you teach
Only a brief description is required. Usually there are follow up parts to this question.