- adj. Pertaining to something written or published.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of print.
“Player's Scourge or Actor's Tragedie_, a thick quarto of over one thousand closely printed pages, which bore on the title-page the imprint, '_printed by E.A. and W.J. for Michael Sparke_.”
“Cobb_: London, printed by C. and R. Baldwin, 1805, 8vo., pp. 324.; said to be _privately printed_?”
“The label printed some 3,500 copies of a 45-rpm with I'm a Honky Tonk Girl and Whispering Sea.”
“Although I got hundreds of supportive signatures, I could not get my name printed on the ballot.”
“Inside were two tickets to the boxing card at the arena that night, with his name printed right on the ticket, Jake McCloskey against Dobroslaw Jarogniew.”
“His purple-inked poetry packed the crisp white sheaves of paper, her name printed more than once within those lines of elegant handwriting.”
“Taking it back into the living room, I open to the first page and am startled to see my name printed there.”
“The title printed on its cover along the spine was Voyage of the Beagle.”
“With the possible exception of Alfred Bester's _The Stars, My Destination_, nothing science-fictional means more to me that that little Tempo Books paperback, with the title printed against a purpley-pink background on top, and a rather puffy-looking rendition of the Milky Way on the bottom.”
“Nell indicated the painting above the fireplace, a fishermans boat with a red-and-white-striped hull and her name printed in black along the side.”
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