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script

noun as in handwriting

noun as in story for a performance

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In campaign season, they start putting the lies in the scripts.

From Vox

If that script plays out, they’ll do much better than our 17% over the next year and a half.

From Fortune

The other group made necklaces with the same materials, but no script.

Once the graduate student agreed to collaborate, Porr wrote a small script for him to run.

The updated creative features shots of contactless delivery, social distancing and toned down scripts.

From Digiday

In the next breath, however, he is decrying the press misinterpretation of his Diana script.

The truth is that Judd is really just picking an arbitrary number since there is no script.

They mention that a former cia agent and someone who used to work for Hilary [sic] Clinton looked at the script.

Then, a couple of years later, I learned that Scott [Alexander] and Larry [Karaszewski] had written a script.

Is this script the unproduced Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian that was circulating some time ago?

My amanuensis deserts me—I should have said you, for yours is the loss, my script having lost all bond with humanity.

We now come to the most startling consideration of all, namely, that there are two varieties of insular script in the book.

It is loose, pointed, flowing, with few abbreviations or ligatures specially characteristic of Irish script.

It was ornamented with a series of bands in high relief, bands bearing the color script of the aliens.

Presently, these ended and the characters seemed to be in ancient script, which, gradually grew more modern.

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On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to script, such as: writing, calligraphy, characters, chirography, fist, and hand.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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