It was without the superscription, which he had thrown aside.
It could have been sent by only one person—the superscription, dainty and feminine, betrayed it.
Absently, without motive, she extracted it and glanced at the superscription.
And he saith unto them, Whose is this image and superscription?
His father could not see the kiss George had placed on the superscription of his letter.
And then, looking at the superscription, he turned somewhat sick.
The second movement, in B minor, bears the superscription "Wehklage" (Lamentation).
On looking at the covers, he was surprised to find that no superscription was placed on them.
At length a shore-boat came off with letters, and one, which I knew by the superscription to be from Mr Talboys, was handed to me.
There was no superscription, nor did I stay to look for one.
superscription su·per·scrip·tion (sōō'pər-skrĭp'shən)
The part of a prescription that bears the Latin word recipe represented by ℞.