Definition of Serifs

1. Noun. (plural of serif) ¹



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Definition of Serifs

1. serif [n] - See also: serif

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Serifs

sericultural
sericulture
sericultures
sericulturist
sericulturists
seriema
seriemas
series
series circuit
series circuits
series original
serif
serifed
seriffed
serifs (current term)
serigraph
serigrapher
serigraphers
serigraphies
serigraphs
serigraphy
serin
serine
serine-glyoxylate aminotransferase
serine-pyruvate aminotransferase
serine-tRNA ligase
serine-type D-Ala-D-Ala carboxypeptidase
serine carboxypeptidase
serine deaminase

Literary usage of Serifs

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1. The Cultivator by New York State Agricultural Society (1846)
"I cut clover exactly at the surface of the soil, on the serifs. No. 5. 16th day of June, just as the tufts of leaflets enclosing the heads were discernible. ..."

2. Printing for School and Shop: A Textbook for Printers' Apprentices by Frank Souder Henry (1917)
"Comparison of serifs. — On page 81, Fig. 32, will be found a number of letters showing different forms of serifs. Make a comparison of them, and endeavor to ..."

3. Speech on the Slavery Resolutions: Delivered in the General Assembly which by Joseph Clay Stiles (1850)
"... A serifs of Resolutions drawn up by a Committee composed of opposite parties is always a singularly mixed production. You can generally discern the ..."

4. Lettering by Thomas Wood Stevens (1916)
"Bright Ply] FIGURE Normal weight Normal ascenders Normal serifs High ascenders Normal weight and serifs Low ascenders Normal weight and serifs Light weight ..."

5. The Cultivator by New York State Agricultural Society (1846)
"I cut clover exactly at the surface of the soil, on the serifs. No. 5. 16th day of June, just as the tufts of leaflets enclosing the heads were discernible. ..."

6. Printing for School and Shop: A Textbook for Printers' Apprentices by Frank Souder Henry (1917)
"Comparison of serifs. — On page 81, Fig. 32, will be found a number of letters showing different forms of serifs. Make a comparison of them, and endeavor to ..."

7. Speech on the Slavery Resolutions: Delivered in the General Assembly which by Joseph Clay Stiles (1850)
"... A serifs of Resolutions drawn up by a Committee composed of opposite parties is always a singularly mixed production. You can generally discern the ..."

8. Lettering by Thomas Wood Stevens (1916)
"Bright Ply] FIGURE Normal weight Normal ascenders Normal serifs High ascenders Normal weight and serifs Low ascenders Normal weight and serifs Light weight ..."

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