Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for interpunction
Here and there even the different syllables of each word are separated by interpunction.
Interpunction, in-tėr-pungk′shun, n. the places of points or stops in writing, intermediate punctuation.
Otherwise spelling, hyphenation, interpunction and grammar have been preserved as in the original.Witch Winnie's Mystery, or The Old Oak Cabinet
Elizabeth W. Champney
They indicate the logical relation to each other of the words and clauses, thus performing the office of marks of interpunction.Companion to the Bible
E. P. Barrows
Otherwise spelling, hyphenation, interpunction and syntax of the original have been preserved.Nan Sherwood on the Mexican Border
Annie Roe Carr