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sans serif

[ sanz ]
/ sænz /
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noun Printing.

a style of monotonal type without serifs.

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Origin of sans serif

First recorded in 1820–30

OTHER WORDS FROM sans serif

sans-ser·if [sanz-ser-if], /ˌsænzˈsɛr ɪf/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for sans serif

sans serif

sanserif

/ (sænˈsɛrɪf) /

noun

a style of printer's typeface in which the characters have no serifs
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