blueprint

All Noun
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  • If you make her happy enough, she will give you some of her own special blueprints.
  • The company restored it using original blueprints for use as a private company museum.
  • They wanted information about equipment, blueprints, and rules so they could play this game in their country.
  • There are blueprints for a local sports centre to also be built in the near future.
  • In this case a blueprint of the final product is needed before any make activity can be performed.
  • The plan gave the blueprint for the future growth and development of the entire Chicago region.
  • Polk died before the blueprints could be completed but his office finished them.
  • The course design process begins with a college faculty member developing a blueprint for the course.
  • A long-term blueprint for the future was put in place.
  • Neither of us has ever seen this man before and we found him copying information from these blueprints. Cited from Sabotage in Space, by Carey Rockwell
  • He saw those facts as providing a blueprint or constitution for the church.
  • These designs became a blueprint for many other model village estates around Britain.
  • Like building a house with no Blueprint and hoping it will stand up.
  • The stadium was re-constructed in a very short period of time, as the original blueprints were kept.
  • Police officers can access security cameras, blueprints, criminal records and other necessary information.
  • He just needed about ten years and some start-up financing; the blueprints were already written up.
  • The term blueprint is also used less formally to refer to any plan.
  • It is possible that he had blueprints drawn up in England, since work began within six months of his return.
  • It also served as the blueprint for the future common market for goods, services, capital and labor.
  • This movie set a blueprint for many to come after it following relatively the same formula.
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Words starting with blueprint

Meaning of blueprint

  • noun Something intended as a guide for making something else
    a blueprint for a house, a pattern for a skirt
  • noun Photographic print of plans or technical drawings etc.
  • verb Make a blueprint of