conspectus


con·spec·tus

noun \kən-ˈspek-təs\

Definition of CONSPECTUS

1
:  a usually brief survey or summary (as of an extensive subject) often providing an overall view

Examples of CONSPECTUS

  1. <a book that could serve as a conspectus of the work thus far on the development of artificial intelligence>

Origin of CONSPECTUS

Latin, from conspectus, from conspicere
First Known Use: 1825

Rhymes with CONSPECTUS

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