Some articles on sketch:
... Sketch is a brand of marker pens made by Sanford ... Sketch markers come in both chisel and fine point ... Sketch markers were introduced by Sanford in the 1970s and have been popular with children ...
... The "Bolt 45" sketch was seen only once during the original broadcast ... The sketch was omitted from repeats because some felt it was making light of date rape ... The Season One DVD set of ILC didn't include the "cut" sketch from the pilot ...
... Daily Sketch, a defunct British newspaper Sketch (restaurant), a restaurant, bar, and art gallery in central London Sketch (mathematics), a generalization of algebraic theory A term for ...
... Sketch is a fictional mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe ... The mutant known only as Sketch was at some point taken captive by Ransome Sole, and forced to serve him as a slave in "The Slash" nightclub ... Levin, who had been taken captive while investigating the club, Ransome Sole had Sketch create tendrils around the chair in which Levin was strapped, and Cable, Phoenix and ...
... In the second, there was a sketch similar to "The Week In Whole...", but this time using Jordan's nipples ... add an odd sexual sound at the end of the sketch ... and voice from the Jordan one, but essentially the same sketch ...
More definitions of "sketch":
- (noun): Preliminary drawing for later elaboration.
- (verb): Describe roughly or briefly or give the main points or summary of.
Example: "Sketch the outline of the book"
Synonyms: outline, adumbrate
- (verb): Make a sketch of.
Example: "Sketch the building"
Synonyms: chalk out
- (noun): A humorous or satirical drawing published in a newspaper or magazine.
- (noun): A brief literary description.
Famous quotes containing the word sketch:
“We criticize a man or a book most sharply when we sketch out their ideal.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“the vagabond began
To sketch a face that well might buy the soul of any man.
Then, as he placed another lock upon the shapely head,
With a fearful shriek, he leaped and fell across the
—Hugh Antoine DArcy (18431925)