typeface

[tahyp-feys]
noun
face ( defs 19b, c ).

Origin:
1900–05; type + face

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typeface (ˈtaɪpˌfeɪs)
 
n
another name for face

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typeface definition

text
The style or design of a font. Other independent parameters are size, boldness (thickness of lines), and obliqueness (a sheer transformation applied to the characters, not to be confused with a specifically designed italic font).
(1996-08-02)

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Example sentences
The court may refuse to consider text presented in less than standard font,
  such as small or fine typeface.
One of my colleagues asks her students to sketch their names using a typeface
  that conveys something about themselves.
It's a faux-jaunty, watered-down typeface, a corporation's idea of informal
  joviality.
There are character studies and typeface trials and color tests, historical
  photos and book cover concepts.
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