Definition of linearity in English:


Pronunciation /ˌlinēˈerədē/ /ˌlɪniˈɛrədi/

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‘While certain books may gesture towards rhizomatic connectivity, the physical form of the book imposes a certain linearity on the reading experience.’
  • ‘The linearity of the creative process is dominant here.’
  • ‘In a random world, the linearity of games is a wonderful solace.’
  • ‘Historians still seek to impose linearity and causality on events that are frequently characterised by chaos.’
  • ‘In the celluloid films, the linearity of sequences takes precedence to observance of details within the frame.’