Pattern

Pattern,

Definition of Pattern:

  1. A model or design used as a guide in needlework and other crafts.

  2. Give a regular or intelligible form to.

  3. A repeated decorative design.

  4. Decorate with a repeated design.

  5. Consistent and recurring characteristic or trait that helps in the identification of a phenomenon or problem, and serves as an indicator or model for predicting its future behavior.

  6. An example for others to follow.

Synonyms of Pattern

Sample, Specimen, Swatch, Design, Decoration, Motif, Marking, Ornament, Ornamentation, Device, Figure, Precedent, Lead, Guide, Model, Pattern, Blueprint, Template, Paradigm, Exemplar, Ideal, Standard, Geistesgeschichte, Hegelian idea, Kantian idea, Platonic form, Platonic idea, Action, Actions, Activity, Acts, Address, Aesthetic form, Affectation, Air, Anatomy, Antetype, Antitype, Archetype, Architectonics, Architecture, Arrangement, Art form, Automatism, Background, Background detail, Bad habit, Barometer, Bearing, Beau ideal, Behavior, Behavior pattern, Behavioral norm, Behavioral science, Biotype, Blueprint, Brouillon, Build, Building, Canon, Canon form, Carriage, Cartoon, Cast, Characteristic, Chart, Check, Classic example, Complex idea, Comportment, Composition, Conduct, Configuration, Conformation, Consistency, Constellation, Constitution, Construction, Copy, Creation, Creature of habit, Criterion, Culture pattern, Custom, Cut, Cycle, Decorate, Decoration, Decorative composition, Decorative style, Degree, Delineation, Demeanor, Deportment, Design, Detail, Device, Diagram, Doing, Doings, Draft, Drawing, Duplicate, Ebauche, Elevation, Emulate, Epitome, Esquisse, Eternal object, Eternal universal, Example, Exemplar, Fabric, Fabrication, Fashion, Fashioning, Figuration, Figure, Figure-ground, Foil, Folkway, Follow, Force of habit, Foreground detail, Forging, Form, Formal cause, Format, Formation, Frame, Fugleman, Fugler, Fugue form, Gauge, Genotype, Genre, Gestalt, Gestures, Getup, Goings-on, Good example, Graduated scale, Graph, Ground plan, Guide, Guise, Habit, Habit pattern, Habitude, Highest category, History of ideas, House plan, Ichnography, Ideal, Idealism, Ideate, Ideatum, Idee-force, Imitate, Imitatee, Impression, Innate idea, Inner form, Innovation, Instance, Layout, Lead, Lied form, Maintien, Make, Makeup, Making, Man of men, Manner, Manners, Manufacture, Matrix, Measure, Method, Methodology, Methods, Mien, Mimic, Mirror, Modality, Mode, Model, Modus vivendi, Mold, Molding, Motif, Motions, Motive, Mould, Movements, Moves, National style, New departure, Nonpareil, Noosphere, Norm, Noumenon, Observable behavior, Order, Orderliness, Organic structure, Organism, Organization, Original, Ornament, Ornamental motif, Outline, Paradigm, Paragon, Parameter, Patterning, Peculiarity, Percept, Period style, Physique, Pilot model, Plan, Plot, Poise, Port, Pose, Posture, Practice, Praxis, Precedent, Presence, Primary form, Procedure, Proceeding, Production, Profile, Projection, Prototype, Quantity, Reading, Readout, Regularity, Regulative first principle, Repeated figure, Repetition, Representation, Representative, Rondo form, Rough, Rule, Sample, Scale, Second nature, Sequence, Set, Setting, Setup, Shape, Shaping, Shining example, Significant form, Simple idea, Simulate, Skeleton, Sketch, Social science, Sonata allegro, Sonata form, Specimen, Stamp, Standard, Stencil, Stereotype, Stereotyped behavior, Structure, Structuring, Style, Subsistent form, Symphonic form, System, Table, Tactics, Tectonics, Template, Test, Texture, The Absolute, The Absolute Idea, The Self-determined, The realized ideal, Theme, Tissue, Toccata form, Tone, Touch, Touchstone, Transcendent idea, Transcendent nonempirical concept, Transcendent universal, Trick, Turn, Type, Type species, Type specimen, Universal, Universal concept, Universal essence, Urtext, Usage, Use, Value, Warp and woof, Way, Way of life, Ways, Weave, Web, Wont, Working drawing, Yardstick, Shape, Influence, Form, Model, Fashion, Mould, Style

How to use Pattern in a sentence?

  1. When you are designing the interior of your home it is important to make sure that the different pattern s of your accessories match.
  2. My friend, who is a seamstress, can only sew a dress or a costume if she has a pattern to work from.
  3. The brain not only receives information, but interprets and patterns it.
  4. A neat blue herringbone pattern.
  5. He was sitting on a soft carpet patterned in rich colors.
  6. Make a pattern for the zigzag edge.
  7. Beverlys gaze kept returning to the unusual rug on the floor and she found herself almost hypnotized by its brightly colored, geometric pattern .

Meaning of Pattern & Pattern Definition