Tracks that were printed in the snow.
A print journalist.
Ax experience that will be printed in our hearts forever.
The print of a heel.
A print of butter.
To print a story.
A negative that prints well.
Print your name above your signature.
The first print of that book has sold out.
A print newsletter.
An example of a print is a copy of a photograph.
Had prints of flowers hanging on the walls.
Fancy letters made by hand-carved prints.
Printed more copies of the ad.
Printed the e-mail.
The negative printed poorly.
A short story that never got into print.
An example of print is to transfer an image by pressing something into ink and then pressing it onto a flat surface, such as printing a book.
An example of print is to write an essay by hand.
An example of print is to produce text and graphics from a computer screen or file onto a sheet of paper.
The print of footsteps in the sand.
Needed glasses to read the print.
A blouse with a paisley print.
To print calico.
Using a crayon, the girl made a print of the leaf under the page.
The publisher collected the essays and printed them as a book.
- In printed or published form:Denials that were to be found in print.
- Offered for sale by a publisher:Books that are still in print.
- No longer offered for sale by a publisher:Books that are out of print.
- in printed form; published
- still being sold by the publisher
- no longer being sold by the publisher
Other Word Forms
Origin of print
- Middle English preinte from Old French from feminine past participle of preindre to press alteration of prembre from Latin premere per-4 in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Old French preinte, the feminine past participle of preindre (“to press"), itself from Latin premere (“top press").