serif

Small decorative strokes that are added to the end of a letter's main strokes. Serifs improve readability in long passages of text by leading the eye along the line of type, but can be more difficult to read as headlines.
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serif

[n] - (printing) a short line at the end of the main strokes of a character
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serif

See under sans serif (compared with serif): A serif is a small projection on a character. Many traditional typefaces use these. A sans serif typeface is one that does not have any projections. Generally, for online documentation, only sans serif typefaces should be used. This is because serifs do not display well with current display resolutions. F...
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Serif

The curls and points that appear as outward lateral extensions of the bottoms and tops of letterforms on some typefaces. Many designers consider serif type used for body text for easy readability. Times Roman is a well-known serif type font.
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serif

seriph noun a short line at the end of the main strokes of a character
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serif

(from the article `typography`) ...typographers have long been attracted to the clean and uncluttered look of so-called sans serif type (the two little bases on which the vertical ...
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serif

The short strokes that mark the ends of the straight (and some of the curved) lines of a letter. Cf. sans serif.
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Serif

Serif is a typographical term for letters finishing with cross-strokes or 'wings'. This gives to a flowery style of print, as contrasting with Sans serif which is much plainer.
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Serif

A stroke added as a stop to the beginning and end of the main strokes of a character.
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serif

A design of print type such as Times Roman with small extensions (serifs) at the ends or corners of letters.
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Serif

In typography, a serif f is a small line attached to the end of a stroke in a letter or symbol, such as when handwriting is separated into distinct units for a typewriter or typesetter. A typeface with serifs is called a serif typeface (or serifed typeface). A typeface without serifs is called sans serif or sans-serif, from the French sans, meanin...
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Serif

A typeface that has hooks on the end of letters, such as Times New Roman, Garamond and Trajan.
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