typographic

[tahy-puh-graf-ik]
adjective
of or pertaining to typography.
Also, typographical.


Origin:
1770–80; < Neo-Latin typographicus, equivalent to Medieval Latin typograph(ia) typography + -icus -ic

typographically, adverb
nontypographic, adjective
nontypographical, adjective
nontypographically, adverb
pretypographical, adjective
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typography (taɪˈpɒɡrəfɪ)
 
n
1.  the art, craft, or process of composing type and printing from it
2.  the selection and planning of type for printed publications
 
typographical
 
adj
 
typo'graphic
 
adj
 
typo'graphically
 
adv

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Example sentences
If one calls the style of the lectures highly typographic, it is only a way of
  saying that they have no style at all.
Unless you happen to be a typographic expert, you probably haven't encountered
  the hybrid question mark-exclamation point.
According to legend, even his name was the result of a typographic decision.
Graphic designers are fickle consumers of typographic fashion, their
  preferences changing on a whim.
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