a style of monotonal type without serifs.
- sans-ser·if [sanz-ser-if], /ˌsænzˈsɛr ɪf/, adjective
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How to use sans serif in a sentence
GNL loses one for the ugh quality of its sans serif supered on sickly green and gray tints.
Text shown in bold sans-serif type was printed in blackletter (Gothic).The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman | Laurence Sterne
Text in sans-serif type was originally printed in blackletter (Gothic, Old English).The Path-Way to Knowledg | Robert Record
The parts originally printed in Roman type are here shown in a sans-serif font to keep the visual distinction.
New Zealand stamps overprinted "Samoa" in sans-serif type 2mm.The Postage Stamp in War | Fred. J. Melville
Text printed in blackletter (gothic) type is shown in the e-text as sans-serif.A Treatise on Wood Engraving | John Jackson
British Dictionary definitions for sans serif
a style of printer's typeface in which the characters have no serifs
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