noun let·ter·press \ˈle-tər-ˌpres\

Definition of LETTERPRESS

:  the process of printing from an inked raised surface especially when the paper is impressed directly upon the surface
chiefly British :  text (as of a book) distinct from pictorial illustrations

First Known Use of LETTERPRESS

circa 1765


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