monogram

Part of speech: noun

A character made up of interwoven letters.

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Usage examples "monogram":

  1. He recognised the writing and the monogram, and was self- complacent enough to imagine that the verses were addressed to him. - "A Galahad of the Creeks; The Widow Lamport", S. (Sidney) Levett-Yeats.
  2. I told Bess what Adam said, and she paid me the hundred and twenty dollars right on the spot, and then insisted on opening the incubator at the regular time for the ten minutes the book directs, to cool off the eggs night and morning, and putting her monogram on six of the eggs. - "The Golden Bird", Maria Thompson Daviess.
  3. " Hullo," said the biggest brother, noting the fine army saddle and the leather bridle with its national monogram in brass as the redskin brought his horse to its haunches. - "The Biography of a Prairie Girl", Eleanor Gates.