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- v. To write using calligraphy
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To write or transcribe in a beautiful manner; produce or reproduce in the best style of the calligrapher's art: as, “a roll finely calligraphed and illuminated,”
- n. One skilled in the art of beautiful writing; a calligrapher.
- n. A transcriber of manuscripts.
- n. A specimen of beautiful penmanship.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. write beautifully and ornamentally
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East Asia Culture booths will feature calligraph, opera mask, traditional pops and entertainment--a drumming group from LA, celestial dances and music.
A photographic calligraph, whose letters were so fine as to require a microscope to see them, was placed at a distance of three hundred feet.
Then again, I'm not one to hand calligraph a hundred invitations to an event when I can just lay it out as a pdf and have it printed.
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