Definition of Kerning

1. Verb. (present participle of kern) ¹



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Definition of Kerning

1. kern [v] - See also: kern

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kerning

kernel spot
kerneled
kerneling
kernelisation
kernelizable
kernelization
kernelizations
kernelized
kernelled
kernelling
kernelly
kernels
kernes
kernicterus
kernicteruses
kerning (current term)
kernings
kernish
kernite
kernites
kerns
kero
kerogen
kerogenous
kerogens
keroid
kerokan
kerolite
kerolites
keros

Literary usage of Kerning

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1. Colin Clout's Calendar: The Record of a Summer April by Grant Allen (1883)
"THE kerning OF THE WHEAT. A NARROW single-file pathway leads obliquely as a short cut across the lower corn-field to the bridge, and on either hand the ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1880)
"Kern, kerning. (1) To form corn, or kernel. ' A better kerning of the ... kerning ground is that which, drest well, will produce a great quantity of corn, ..."

3. The Printing of Greek in the Fifteenth Century by Robert Proctor (1900)
"The kerning of letters in the same line by projecting side-pieces has already been touched on; ... But of course, as the object of kerning is to save space, ..."

4. Reprinted Glossaries by Walter William Skeat (1879)
"Kern, kerning. (1) To form corn, or kernel. ' A botter kerning of the blossoms. ... 'kerning ground is that which, drest well, will produce a great quantity ..."

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