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  • adj. Having serifs.


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  • Schaftstiefelgrotesks bear the same relationship to traditional German blackletters that grotesque sans serif types do to traditional serifed Latin type:

    Space: Sans-Serif

  • Type size, line height, serifed fonts, and line length are chosen to enable the reader to get through the books as painlessly as possible.

    Journerdism | Will Sullivan's Stompin' ground for journalists and nerds.

  • Through some technological wizardry, the words -- all written in a serifed, Roman font -- multiplied in size wherever my gaze happened to fall.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • The page uses serifed and swashed Web fonts; copious vertical and horizontal rules; vintage engravings; and a background image of a pulpy, papery texture to re-create the thrill that awaited one who clapped a copper into a newsboy's palm and flapped open a newly purchased copy of the Latest Edition.


  • Even though the font on the Story HD is fairly delicate and serifed, the text is very crisp, even at small sizes.

    Ars Technica

  • Anyway, the range now extends to a biscuit barrel upon the lid of which, in serifed capitals, appear the words: "Cookies are fab." news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • 'Boston' arched and written in a red sans-serifed font

    SportsLogos.Net - News

  • The font was serifed (similar to courier new) so it looked like D was the only letter (plus the D was in caps).

    lowercase L

  • Because of the serifed font the only difference was the tip of the top serif was a somewhat (not very much) higher than on the one, but otherwise they were identical.

    lowercase L

  • The typeface used for UKE is also one of power … strong bold serifed characters form a strong brand name that leaves a lasting impression on anyone that comes across it.


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