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OTHER WORDS FROM letteredwell-let·tered, adjective
Words nearby lettered
Definition for lettered (2 of 2)
- literature in general.
- the profession of literature.
- learning; knowledge, especially of literature.
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of letter1
OTHER WORDS FROM letterlet·ter·er, nounlet·ter·less, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for lettered
Each of the three issues is entirely written, drawn, lettered, and edited by women.
He ran his hands slowly along the lettered backs, his lips moving as he spelled out the names.The Voice of the People|Ellen Glasgow
One of the first things that he did was to get a chair and plant it against the lettered door that led directly into the hall.Ashton-Kirk, Investigator|John T. McIntyre
That he obtained a strong hold upon English taste, lettered and unlettered, is undeniable.English Illustration 'The Sixties': 1855-70|Gleeson White
British Dictionary definitions for lettered (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for lettered (2 of 2)
- following the literal interpretation or wording exactly
- attending to every detail
Derived forms of letterletterer, noun
Word Origin for letter
Idioms and Phrases with lettered
In addition to the idiom beginning with letter
- letter of the law
- bread and butter letter
- crank call (letter)
- dead letter
- four-letter word
- poison-pen letter
- red-letter day
- to the letter