microprint

[mahy-kruh-print]

Origin of microprint

First recorded in 1930–35; micro- + print
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Historical Examples of microprint

  • However, they had enough old Federation-period textbooks still in microprint to know what could be done with gadolinium.

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    Henry Beam Piper


British Dictionary definitions for microprint

microprint

noun
  1. a microphotograph reproduced on paper and read by a magnifying device. It is used in order to reduce the size of large books, etc
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