from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Any print made by a photomechanical process.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Any process of printing in which photography is the principal feature.


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  • Instead of the usual readout of computer-printed lines the fax contained what was clearly a page-by-page photoprint of the original volume of government transactions for Washington Territory 1860-1870.


  • They even found, in his living quarters, a blown-up photoprint picture of Nevil Ormm, draped in black.

    Space Viking

  • A group of men, policemen and engineers, were huddled at a big table, going over plans, on big sheets and on photoprint screens.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • Carefully, so No-Dice would see he was not going for a gun, Johnny drew the folded photoprint from his breast pocket.

    The Laughing Fox

  • What gets to the public is photoprint, out of a teleprinter.

    Four-Day Planet

  • "The commander of the _Bolivar_ says he'll take your story to Terra with him, and see that it gets to Interworld News," Dad told me as we were sorting the corrected master sheets and loading them into the photoprint machine, to be sent out on the air.

    Four-Day Planet

  • She pressed another button, got the photoprint out of a slot, and propped it beside the screen.


  • Vall opened a slide under the screen and saw that the photoprint film was in place, then closed it again, nodding.

    Time Crime

  • His headquarters company had pulled out removable partitions and turned four rooms into one, and moved in enough screens and teleprinters and photoprint machines and computers to have outfitted the main newsroom of _Planetwide News_.

    Oomphel in the Sky

  • Jerry Rivas and one of the engineers Kurt Fawzi had hired had gotten out of a jeep and were looking at another photoprint of the map.

    The Cosmic Computer


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