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  • n. Plural form of lettering.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • There are many great logos, designs, and letterings out there if you care to be a bit more open about it.

    KN | Kitsune Noir » ‘Absolute Ronin’

  • In the museum, they had the medieval equivalent to this: Tiny, incredibly clean and regular letterings and then that miniature.

    How on earth did they do it?

  • Whimsical letterings from the gates to the traintracks, made of train-grade poles.

    World Famous Design Junkies » 2009 » April

  • For some reason, my title to this post has slipped into garbled, otherworldy letterings.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • In fact, it is so exotic, so strange, its design so 'movie-like,' that, if it is an alien object, then I think it has been intentionally designed to make us think it's a special effect, right down to the writing seen on the object in the Chad photos, with its resemblance to Klingon and some other science fiction movie letterings.

    Posthuman Blues

  • Kelsier walked up to a large oaken door set into the inner building, its surface carved with letterings Vin didn't recognize.


  • He had got the books into perfect order now, and had mended the torn leaves, and had pasted up the broken backs, and substituted neat labels for the worn – out letterings.

    The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit

  • Its walls were surmounted by a battlemented parapet; but the gray lead roofs were quite visible behind it, with their gutters, laps, rolls, and skylights, together with incised letterings and shoe-patterns cut by idlers thereon.

    The Woodlanders

  • Nobody gives the original letterings of words in any of the native scripts of Asia. APOCALYPTO!

  • They probably date from the fifteenth century, and bear all manner of devices, letterings, symbols.

    The Cornwall Coast


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