1man·u·script adjective \ˈman-yə-ˌskript\
: written by hand or typed <manuscript letters>
Origin of MANUSCRIPT
Latin manu scriptus
First Known Use: 1597
: the original copy of a play, book, piece of music, etc., before it has been printed
: a written or typewritten composition or document as distinguished from a printed copy; also : a document submitted for publication
: writing as opposed to print
Examples of MANUSCRIPT
- The library owns the author's original manuscript.
- a copy of the composer's manuscript
First Known Use of MANUSCRIPT
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