Definition of typeface
1 : all type of a single design
2 : the face of printing type
Examples of typeface in a Sentence
The book's typeface is very elegant.
Recent Examples of typeface from the Web
The results are published in a voluble broadsheet with a masthead in Danh Da, a typeface created with Ho Chi Minh City designer Giang Nguyen to attend to the dearth of digital fonts for Vietnamese.
Heck, even the band's name is branded with two separate typefaces.
The authors styled their satire after the old Nancy Drew novels, using the same typeface and yellowed paper.
In the book, the letters are presented in a typeface from the World War I era.
A week ago, the government of Dubai introduced the Dubai Font — a new, if not particularly distinctive, typeface for Microsoft’s Office 365, created with the aid of the technology giant — and invited people to use it to #ExpressYou.
So at Arsenal, out went the local Borough of Islington’s coat of arms and a highly detailed script and cannon, and in came a sleeker typeface and cannon — now facing in the other direction.
RM/Centro José Guerrero, $35 Specimens of Chromatic Wood Type, Borders, &c. by Esther K. Smith To typography diehards, finding an original copy of this book of 19th-century woodblock typefaces was like finding an original Gutenberg Bible.
Opened in August 2015, the hotel has a welcoming entrance with its distinctive Art Deco typeface.
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First Known Use of typeface
TYPEFACE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of typeface for English Language Learners
: a set of letters, numbers, etc., that are all in the same style and that are used in printing
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