- a typewritten copy of a literary composition, document, or the like, especially as prepared for a printer.
- typewritten matter, as distinguished from handwritten or printed matter.
Origin of typescript
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Examples from the Web for typescript
In 2001 he had the index cards transcribed and sent the typescript to trusted friends like Stephen Parker and myself.Remembering Dmitri Nabokov, the Novelist’s Son and Literary Executor
May 10, 2012
The bundle of letters relating to the purchase of the house were with the typescript.Dracula
I bound up my copies of typescript and shoved them out into the world.Aliens
Charles Nisson picked up a typescript and held it out to the child.The Man in the Twilight</p>
A word should be added about the editor's changes of these two plays in the typescript.
In the preparation of the typescript for these remaining two plays, certain problems had of necessity to be decided arbitrarily.
- a typed copy of a document, literary script, etc
- any typewritten material
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