Origin: see sans and amp; serif
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- sans-serˈif adjective
sans serif typeface (left) and serif typeface (right)
sans-serif - Computer Definition
A typeface style without serifs, which are the short horizontal lines added at the tops and bottoms of the vertical member of the letter. Helvetica is a common sans-serif font.
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