[ vair-i-tahy-per ]
/ ˈvɛər ɪˌtaɪ pər /
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a brand of typewriterlike machine with interchangeable typefaces, for composing justified matter.
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British Dictionary definitions for Varityper
/ (ˈvɛərɪˌtaɪpə) /
trademark a justifying typewriter used to produce copy in various type styles
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