Doctor glyphic, if he be living now, must be more than sixty years old.
In respect to Doctor glyphic's affair he was ready and explicit.
How was a glyphic comparison of the phonic symbols of both languages made in substantiation of the oral comparison?
They contained the fruits of Doctor glyphic's antiquarian researches.
Had Doctor glyphic crowned his eccentricities by marrying, and begetting a daughter?
In due course of time Doctor glyphic's worthy step-father died.
After Doctor glyphic's death he had gratified this feeling in a characteristic manner.
This interchange in certain cases probably resulted from the needs of glyphic balance and symmetry.
We might build up an ideographic or glyphic language of signs—the signs being spectra.
The natural inference is that, unless so odd a name be an assumed one, Doctor glyphic occupies that room.
1727, "ornamental groove in architecture," from French glyphe (1701), from Greek glyphe "a carving," from glyphein "to hollow out, cut out with a knife, engrave, carve," from PIE root *gleubh- "to cut, slice" (cf. Latin glubere "to peel, shell, strip," Old English cleofan "to cleave"). Meaning "sculpted mark or symbol" (as in hieroglyph) is from 1825.