[ US /aɪˈtæɫɪk/ ]
[ UK /ɪtˈælɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to the Italic languages
    ancient Italic dialects
  1. a branch of the Indo-European languages of which Latin is the chief representative
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How To Use Italic In A Sentence

  • The parallelisms are reinforced by frequent alliteration, indicated by italics.
  • The Bembo italic is based on an italic type created by Giovanni Tagliente. A Passion « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog
  • Loci of noncoding markers that have possible codominant alleles are in boldface italic type.
  • In case it is impossible to use italicisation one may underline the italicised parts of the examples above.
  • Sometimes, for example, italicization is used instead, as in (7): Quotation
  • They use contrastive typefaces for distinct purposes, such as bold-face type for headwords, roman for definitions, italics for abbreviated codes and specimen words and phrases, and small capitals for cross-references.
  • The invitation was written in beautiful italic script.
  • The only passive verb is in italics. A Short Guide to Writing About History
  • In the next paragraph, the m in claimant is italicised. The Smithy Code
  • I held it up to the light and read the slightly smudged neat italic handwriting.
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