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Its sleek packaging is designed to pop out in Instagram pantry tours, tricked out with lush illustrations and loopy lettered labels like “raw,” “unfiltered,” and “living.”
Orange County Register dining critic Brad Johnson has swapped his traditional stars for a lettered “covid comfort” rating that takes into account how establishments are handling such protocols as mask-wearing and sanitation.
Merritt also litters the pages with his own favorite poly-lettered words.
Each of the three issues is entirely written, drawn, lettered, and edited by women.
Down the street Hollister turned once more to look up at the gilt-lettered windows.
The red-lettered Thursday on the calendar didn't appear until the last part of the month.
Their names are lettered and their atrocious portraits painted on its inner walls.
It was not disfigured by japanned boxes inartistically lettered in white, as are most lawyer's offices.
None of the lettered languages of the Indo-Chinese peninsula are less known than that of Pegu.
On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lettered, such as: educated, knowing, learned, erudite, and scholarly.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.