foolscap

[n] - a size of paper used especially in Britain
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Foolscap

Fools'cap` noun [ So called from the watermark of a fool's cap and bells used by old paper makers. See Fool's cap , under Fool .] A writing paper made in sheets, ordinarily 16 x 13 inches, and folded so as to make a page 13 x 8 inches. See Paper .
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foolscap

noun a size of paper used especially in Britain
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Foolscap

• (n.) A writing paper made in sheets, ordinarily 16 x 13 inches, and folded so as to make a page 13 x 8 inches. See Paper.
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Foolscap

Foolscap is a regular paper size of 13.5 by 16.5 inches, so called because it was originally water- marked with a fool's head and cap during the 13th to the 17th centuries. Brewer maintains that the name is an erroneous corruption of the Italian foglio-capo meaning a folio-sized sheet, but concedes that the error must be very ancient as evidenced b...
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Foolscap

a type of paper, originally watermarked by a jester's cap
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