Abstract Animation

Technology / Television (TV) / Abstract Animation: An aesthetic tenet of animation which sees animation as consisting of lines, shapes and colors, abstract forms to be manipulated by the animator at will. The opposite of naturalistic animation.

Other Words for Abstract

Abstract Noun Synonyms: summary, epitome, synopsis, essence, digest, condensation, survey, conspectus, extract, outline, précis, résumé‚
Abstract Adjective Synonyms: theoretical, unapplied, notional, ideational, conceptual, metaphysical, unpractical, intellectual
Abstract Verb Synonyms: epitomize, abbreviate, digest, summarize, condense, shorten, abridge, cut, cut down, synopsize

Other Words for Animation

Animation Noun Synonyms: spirit, spiritedness, vitality, dash, zest, fervor, verve, liveliness, fire, ardor, ardency, exhilaration, intensity, energy, pep, dynamism, enthusiasm, excitement, vigor, vivacity

Naturalistic Animation

Technology / Television (TV) / Naturalistic Animation: An aesthetic tenet of animation which advocates that animation replicate live-action film/video as much as possible: cartoon characters should resemble objects in reality and our view of these charact MORE

Abstract Reasoning

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Abstract Reasoning: The process of perceiving issues and reaching conclusions through the use of symbols or generalizations rather than concrete factual information. MORE


Business / Real Estate / Abstracter: The person preparing the abstract of title. The abstracter searches the title as recorded or registered with the county recorder, county registrar, circuit court and/or other official sources. He or s MORE

Conceptual Abstraction

Technology / Programming / Conceptual Abstraction: The ability for people to create different points of view on a design, depending on the relevant degree of detail. Through stepwise refinement, one traverses multiple levels of abstraction. Similarly, MORE

Abstract Poem

Entertainment / Literature / Abstract Poem: Verse that makes little sense grammatically or syntactically but which relies on auditory patterns create its meaning or poetic effects, Dame Edith Sitwell popularized the term, considering this verse MORE


Technology / Television (TV) / Animation: The drawing (either electronically or on a physical medium) of motion. Usually animation is completed in a frame-by-frame process. MORE