Definition of clinograph
1 : an instrument for ascertaining the deviation from the vertical of a borehole, well, or shaft
2 : a drawing instrument having two straight edges united by a hinge and capable of being set at any desired angle
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Origin and Etymology of clinograph
clin- + -graph
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