noun mac·rog·ra·phy \maˈkrägrəfē\

Definition of macrography



  1. 1a :  a tendency to write unusually large b :  unusually large writing

  2. 2 :  examination or study with the naked eye —opposed to micrography

  3. 3 :  the art or process of making macrographs

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Origin and Etymology of macrography

macr- + -graphy

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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