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[ US /kəˈɫɪɡɹəfi/ ]
[ UK /kælˈɪɡɹəfi/ ]
  1. beautiful handwriting
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How To Use calligraphy In A Sentence

  • Another tradition, more religiously approved, is the artistic development of calligraphy.
  • He withdrew a piece of paper, unfolded it, and read, “What is the meaning of the word calligraphy and from what language does it derive?” The View from Saturday
  • Dislocation also occurred when Buddhist sutras and commentaries were cut up, dispersed, and sometimes reformatted in calligraphy model books (tekagami).
  • For a finished Chinese painting or calligraphy work, seals (also called stamp or chop) are very important. The affixation of the seals of a Chinese painting has its unique artistry.
  • It is composed in a hand that could equally have penned the Chinese calligraphy to which he devoted his life. Times, Sunday Times
  • The last piece saw the coming together of the Chinese art of calligraphy with music.
  • If calligraphy is not a skill you possess or think you could learn, do not despair for there are some alternatives.
  • Her desire to further her potential led her to explore the neglected art of calligraphy and she soon mastered the infinite possibilities of the Devanagri script.
  • On the front of the envelope, written in blood-red flowing calligraphy, was one word: Sydney.
  • The manuscripts can be taken as beautiful pieces of calligraphy, often illustrated and bordered with decorative motifs, so much so that each folio became a fine piece of art.
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