Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An early impression of an engraving, taken with greater care than an ordinary print; a proof.
“A proof-print of the "Nansen Passport" published in”
“A proof-print of the "Nansen Passport" published in France.”
“But when the revolutionary project was introduced, the president's guarded cordiality faded like a photographic proof-print in the sunlight, and the air of the darkened library grew coldly inclement.”
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