eidetic [ ahy-det-ik ]
1. of, relating to, or constituting visual imagery vividly experienced and readily reproducible with great accuracy and in great detail.
2. of or relating to eidos.
OTHER WORDS FROM EIDETIC
Origin: 1920–25; < Greek eidētikós, equivalent to eîd(os) eidos + -ētikos-etic
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR EIDETIC
His eidetic memory went to work, conjuring an image of a large-scale map he had once studied.
THE SENSITIVE MAN|POUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
The Past Police were noted for their impersonations, and most of them had eidetic memories.
A KNYGHT THER WAS|ROBERT F. YOUNG
We know that they have eidetic memories, and that they can reason on an extremely high level.
ASSASSIN|JESSE FRANKLIN BONE
Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.