American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of, printed, or formatted in capital letters: an uppercase A; uppercase titles.
- v. To put (type or text) in uppercase letters.
- v. To begin (a word) with an uppercase letter.
- n. one of the large alphabetic characters used as the first letter in writing or printing proper names and sometimes for emphasis
- adj. relating to capital letters which were kept in the top half of a compositor's type case
“Possibly because it is written entirely in uppercase, which surely means something regarding relative rank and importance.”
“I guess it's normally written in uppercase, but at least we've got something to call me, and some sort of affiliation.”
“All our drawings require all text to be in uppercase.”
“Majority of Hillary's supporters write using "uppercase" letters, suggesting that they are rude, bitter, and inconsiderate.”
“And yes with the uppercase S H I N and lowercase e e.”
“What do the apostrophes and the uppercase letters mean?”
“Do use at least eight characters of lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers, and symbols in your password.”
“The upside down question mark [¿] is the uppercase = + key, and the upside down exclamation point [¡] is the lowercase = + key.”
“The law would require first-time drunk drivers to replace their license plates with easy-to-spot tags that end with the uppercase letter "Z," a signal to police to pay close attention to the car.”
“We recommend enforcing a password policy that includes forced password changes every 90 days with specific complexity requirements (a minimum of 8 characters with a combination of lowercase, uppercase, numbers and symbols).”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘uppercase’.
Inspired by the Staircase bookcase.
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