Main definitions of typographically in English

: typographically1typographically2

typographically1

adverb

  • See typographical

    • ‘Typographically, this is probably the best book printed at Saint Albert's Press.’
    • ‘Join the crusade to Ban Comic Sans and help make the world a typographically more friendly place.’
    • ‘The Spanish Republican material is pictorially and typographically sophisticated and diverse.’
    • ‘Typographically newspapers are slow to change that which they've been accustomed to.’
    • ‘It takes the form of a sombre, hard-backed, slim volume, unillustrated and typographically conventional, a bit like a hymn book, complete with black ribbon place marker.’

Pronunciation

typographically

/tʌɪpəˈɡrafɪk(ə)li/

Main definitions of typographically in English

: typographically1typographically2

typographically2

adverb

  • See typographical

    • ‘Previous issues have included quotes from the visiting critics, sometimes simply to punctuate the layout typographically.’
    • ‘Back in the 1930s the sonnet had been declared dead (by William Carlos Williams and others), though it's interesting how many of E. E. Cummings's poems, when typographically regularized, turn out to be sonnets.’
    • ‘Our paper had become typographically tired and we wanted to address the feeling that it had become old - fashioned.’
    • ‘Last, and most important, come the poems Merrill wrote at the end of his life. ‘Christmas Tree,’ shaped typographically like its subject, becomes the last and perhaps most moving of all Merrill's versions of himself.’
    • ‘This book not only foreshadows her typographically complex and cinematic approach to the Las Vegas project, but it obviously is the source of inspiration for approaches later adopted by Richard Saul Wurman.’

Pronunciation

typographically

/tʌɪpəˈɡrafɪk(ə)li/