Definition of Rotogravures

1. Noun. (plural of rotogravure) ¹



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Definition of Rotogravures

1. rotogravure [n] - See also: rotogravure

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rotogravures

rotifers
rotiform
roting
rotini
rotis
rotisserie
rotisseries
rotl
rotls
roto
rotochemical
rotodome
rotodomes
rotodynamic
rotogravure
rotogravures (current term)
rotolo
rotolos
rotometers
rotomolded
rotomoulded
roton
rotor
rotor blade
rotor coil
rotor head
rotor shaft
rotorcraft
rotorcrafts
rotors

Literary usage of Rotogravures

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1. Handbook for Newspaper Workers, Treating Grammar, Punctuation, English by Grant Milnor Hyde (1921)
"rotogravures.— This is a recent adaptation of intaglio illustration to newspaper work and appears only in special rotogravure sections, in colored ink, ..."

2. Film Folk: "close-ups" of the Men, Women, and Children who Make the "movies" by Robert Leicester Wagner (1918)
"And rotogravures for lobby displays must be made; lithographers and show-card printers set to work; and sample copy is set up for every possible purpose, ..."

3. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1916)
"... photogravures, rotogravures, and platinum prints. The Eastman Company's exhibit also showed the historical sequence of events in the development of ..."

4. How to Write Special Feature Articles: A Handbook for Reporters by Willard Grosvenor Bleyer (1920)
"... light parts of the picture than is necessary for the finer half-tones and rotogravures used in magazines. Fourth: Photographs must have life and action. ..."

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