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How to use fount in a sentence
But, with all due respect to the Putinized founts of disinformation, that is not where things stand at the moment.Bernard-Henri Levy: Ukraine’s Revolutionaries Are Not Fascists|Bernard-Henri Lévy|February 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Another campaign aide, Nicole Wallace, and her husband, Mark Wallace, are mentioned as founts of poison on Palin.How Palin's Resignation Makes Her the True Frontrunner|John Batchelor|July 3, 2009|DAILY BEAST
The poet "as those wreathes up go" sees Helicon's fresh founts flowing clearer and purer.
Police and soldiers visited every printing works and newspaper office, taking away founts of type and dismantling presses.The Childrens' Story of the War, Volume 4 (of 10)|James Edward Parrott
Other Italian printers had founts both of Gothic and of Roman types.The Art of the Book|Bernard H. Newdigate
He led them straight to the ancient founts of light and life, disregarding the narrow channels hewn by Pharisaic formalism.Parallel Paths|Thomas William Rolleston
The type is entirely reset in the body of the work, although the same founts are used.