type

Part of speech: adjective

TYPAL.

Part of speech: noun

Something emblematic, representing, symbolizing, or prefiguring something else; image; emblem; symbol; sign.

Part of speech: noun

A representative of a class or group; an example; pattern.

Part of speech: noun

Biol. A fundamental or ideal structure or organism.

Part of speech: noun

A block of metal or of wood, bearing a raised letter or character for use in printing; also, such pieces collectively.

Part of speech:

A termination used to signify type, representative form, stamp.

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Usage examples "type":

  1. On the contrary, he is a very ordinary type. - "The Attempted Assassination of ex-President Theodore Roosevelt", Oliver Remey Henry Cochems Wheeler Bloodgood.
  2. Dorothy was of an entirely different type. - "Dorothy Dale", Margaret Penrose.
  3. The man came from England; and if you can send us out more of that type we shall be satisfied. - "The Gold Trail", Harold Bindloss.