[ UK /lˈɛtəɹɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈɫɛtɝɪŋ/ ]
  1. letters inscribed (especially words engraved or carved) on something
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How To Use lettering In A Sentence

  • In a few cases, mixed-case lettering has worked.
  • He showed a slide of a sign for deafblind literacy that demonstrated concepts of best practices such as high contrast lettering, the angle of the plate that the braille was on, the raised lettering on the words. Web Teacher › Report from WDN 09: Educating the Next Generation of Web Professionals, IV
  • The black lettering really stands out on that orange background.
  • Gold lettering on a card is a sign of luck. The Sun
  • Screen filled up with a strange, red lettering, repeating and repeating and repeating and repeating. BEHINDLINGS
  • The lettering on the poster is very eye - catching.
  • Skully will do his utmost to take good care of the surface of the saddle whilst debossing the lettering.
  • Since godson is only seven and a half, his draftsmanship and lettering have room to improve, so I've recreated the script to make sure the story's clear. Robin the Half-Bat Superhero
  • Its basic blue and yellow lettering and lack of images couldn't look less like today's modern news websites. The Sun
  • Over the washstand was a little black-framed water-colour drawing, depicting a large eye with an extremely fishlike intensity in the spark of light on the dark pupil; and in "illuminated" lettering beneath was printed very minutely, "Thou God Seest ME," followed by a long looped monogram, The Best British Short Stories of 1922
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