- of or relating to typography.
Also ty·po·graph·ic [tahy-puh-graf-ik] /ˌtaɪ pəˈgræf ɪk/.
Origin of typographical
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Examples from the Web for typographically
A remarkably handsome volume, typographically equal to the best production of any European capital.The Cross in Ritual, Architecture and Art
Geo. S. Tyack
An extraordinary sound, which can only be typographically rendered in this manner, suddenly interrupted him.The Ocean Wireless Boys And The Naval Code
John Henry Goldfrap, AKA Captain Wilbur Lawton
A primer of information about the marks of punctuation and their use, both grammatically and typographically.The Uses of Italic
Frederick W. Hamilton
A remarkably handsome volume, typographically equal to the best productions of any European capital.Yorkshire Family Romance
The prolongation of the "r" in the Scotch way of saying "Burns" is something that cannot be typographically represented.Glimpses of Three Coasts
Helen Hunt Jackson
Word Origin and History for typographically
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