Caligraphy

Part of speech: adjective

Calligraphic.

Part of speech: noun

Same as CALLIGRAPHY.

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Usage examples "caligraphy":

  1. Consequently she was a very curious- looking dog; but she was well protected by all that caligraphy. - "Lafcadio Hearn", Nina H. Kennard.
  2. The notes were written in Sir Thomas's clear caligraphy, in short, jerky sentences, just as the sick man had spoken them, usually in reply to questions put to him. - "The Heart of a Woman", Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy.
  3. But to make the matter worse, it was found that Flutter, who was skilled in caligraphy, and could imitate the signatures of others to perfection, had raised a large amount of money on a species of collateral that proved to be worthless, though excellent as illustrating his skill in imitation. - "The Life and Adventures of Maj. Roger Sherman Potter", "Pheleg Van Trusedale" A pseudonym for Francis Colburn Adams.