from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A type, or collectively types, of a, style more prominent or attractive than the ordinary text-type. Also display-letter.


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  • In no way is the trend toward display-type houses so definite as in the decrease in bedroom space for children and the increase in the size of the living room.

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  • Text ads attracted more attention than display-type adsThe full article is well worth reading.

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  • Farrar, who worked in one of the fireworks tents for several years, said tent buyers tend to pick up a few items while people visiting the store look more at assortments and display-type fireworks.



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