mimeographed[ mim-ee-uh-graf, -grahf ]SEE DEFINITION OF mimeographed
Synonyms for mimeographed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIMEOGRAPHED
Miss Williams handed the mimeographed sheets to the astounded Helen.
A small edition, mimeographed for private circulation, was issued in 1916.
I left ten mimeographed copies where they could be found by the people.
A list of available publications on nut culture has also been prepared and will be mimeographed shortly.
The meetings were a dollar "a throw," and for another dollar a student could get a mimeographed outline of a course.
Lieutenant Martin Kirk shoved the pile of mimeographed pages aside.
The teacher has a card for each pupil, each card containing a mimeographed list of the principles, with a blank after each.
And here, on a small pine table, was a sheaf of four mimeographed pages, stapled together.
In one hand she carried a large sheaf of mimeographed sheets while in the other was the complete book for the play.
Janet went upstairs and got the mimeographed sheets with the synopsis of the play and the part she was to try out for.
1889, "copying machine" (invented by Edison), from Greek mimeisthai "to mimic, represent, imitate, portray," in art, "to express by means of imitation," from mimos "mime" (see mime (n.)) + -graphos, from graphein "to write" (see -graphy). A proprietary name from 1903 to 1948. The verb meaning "to reproduce by means of a mimeograph" is first attested 1895. Related: Mimeographed; mimeographing.