from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To engage in writing or to write (matter) with a typewriter.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To type using a typewriter.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To write with a typewriter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To print or reproduce by means of a type-writer; practise type-writing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. write by means of a keyboard with types
When she said, ‘I typewrite,’ it meant that everything is her ear.
He said that if they were sent to the office he would be chaffed by all the other clerks about having letters from a lady, so I offered to typewrite them, like he did his, but he wouldn't have that, for he said that when I wrote them they seemed to come from me, but when they were typewritten he always felt that the machine had come between us.
So those fictional royalty statements would come in, the money would be typed in on the green card, the check written out by hand and put into a ledger book by hand, it would come to one of the agents to typewrite out an itemization letter that would go off to the client.
His characters are enmeshed in up-to-date technologies “I began to typewrite from the beginning of the seventh cylinder,” writes Mina Harker; “I used manifold, and so took three copies of the diary, just as I had done with all the rest” which they use as talismans for warding off against ancient fears.
He accordingly set the phonograph at a slow pace, and I began to typewrite from the beginning of the seventeenth cylinder.
Surprisingly, somebody can make a passable document with an old typewrite, cutting board, and laminator.
You see, she had been in the Navy and she knew how to typewrite.
The wife's position stood on four legs: one, she had not written the letter; r two, she had not known that her husband had taken a bribe; three, if she had known he had taken a bribe she certainly wouldn't have told on him; and four, she didn't know how to typewrite.
It may be bad form to accept a dinner invitation in typewriting, but it is infinitely worse form to fail to typewrite an invitation to editorial eyes to buy your manuscript.
Make your letters business-like and typewrite them.
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