printing paper

  1. sensitized paper for printing positives.

Origin of printing paper

First recorded in 1780–90

Words Nearby printing paper Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use printing paper in a sentence

  • Pretty soon, the government took over the business of printing paper money, and it spread throughout China.

    What the History of Money Says About Its Future | Jacob Goldstein | October 15, 2021 | Time
  • These papers are fed from rolls, as printing paper is fed to a newspaper press.

  • The sheets of printing paper are kept between these while damping before work.

    Wood-Block Printing | F. Morley Fletcher
  • A batch of sheets of printing paper, prepared and damped as described in Chapter V, lies between boards just beyond the block.

    Wood-Block Printing | F. Morley Fletcher
  • Sheet by sheet all the printing paper is passed in this way over the key-block, and piled together.

    Wood-Block Printing | F. Morley Fletcher
  • In 1695 a company was formed in Scotland for the “manufacture of white and printing paper.”

    The Manufacture of Paper | Robert Walter Sindall