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(plot),
A graphic representation; (v) to construct such a representation.

plot

Statistics
A graphic representation of objective data.

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The story line in a narrative or fictional work.

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(plot)
A graphic representation.
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For all its deaths and depravities, this modern picaresque feels oddly plotless.
They also dipped their toe in psychedelia with the plotless and frankly baffling movie, Head.
Literary sketches," Garcha writes, "present time at once as fragmented, ever-changing, and thus best captured by a quick hand in nonlinear forms, and as non-changing, and thus best reproduced by static images and plotless analysis" (5).
Our lives, he says, are 'largely plotless', and our fiction should be plotless too.
Two were plotless procedures, point quarter technique (Cottam et al.
Leigh's film is smug, boring, plotless, and pointless, the perfect embodiment of the Obama Era of liberal self-congratulation.
But Ms Argent has worked them into a marvellously simple, virtually plotless play about a couple of cousins who live together and who we meet on one of their birthdays.
Plotless action and cheesy dialogue consume the majority of the running time.
There can be one way, and one way only, to shake some life into ``Pump Boys and Dinettes,'' the plotless and mostly pointless collection of songs from a rural roadside filling station and adjoining greasy spoon.
Despite its rather plotless plot "Land of the Dead" will likely find a horror fan base and do enough box office to keep studio execs happy.
Virtually plotless, Fat Pizza is a series of ramshackle and tangentially related episodes.