Definition of Roman print
1. Noun. A typeface used in ancient Roman inscriptions.
Generic synonyms: Proportional Font
Derivative terms: Roman, Romanic
Roman Print Pictures
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Roman Print
Literary usage of Roman print
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cure of Imperfect Sight by Treatment Without Glasses by William Horatio Bates (1920)
"... once supposed to be peculiarly a German malady; but if a German child attempts to read roman print, it will at once become temporarily hypermétropie. ..."
2. Peter Parley's Annual. by William Martin (1853)
"... roman print, and Italic Print, engraved by Alexander, and each Letter ornamented differently ; for the Use of Artists, Sculptors, and Painters, •Ho. ..."
3. The Massachusetts Teacher (1851)
"One reason that they read so well in the roman print, was, that they acquired such facility in reading from the phonetic books, that they loved reading for ..."
4. Typographia: an Historical Sketch of the Origin and Progress of the Art of by Thomas Curson Hansard (1825)
"... with one in which the pleasing regularity of the roman print is here and there broken in upon by the intrusions of a discordant type, will be at once ..."
5. Roman Letter: A Paper Read Before the World's Congress of Educators of the by Frank Rainey (1893)
"They prefer the roman print, for they regard it as the print of their ancestors; the print of their parents; ..."