superscription

[ soo-per-skrip-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF superscription
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Yet the superscription is of his dictating, I dare say, for he is a formal wretch.

Under the superscription, written with a pencil, after she went down.

I said, in deep-toned grief, as I looked up from the superscription, "is that honest!"

It was wet, and the ink of the superscription was beginning to run.

This, without signature or superscription, he put into an envelope, and addressed.

The officer received it and read the superscription audibly.

Sitting on the side of her bed, she broke the seal and looked at the superscription.

"The man writes a mighty nice hand," said Maria, scanning the superscription.

I have sealed up the bond, with this superscription,—'Colonel Sewell's bond.'

Yes, every word of it, except the superscription of the witnesses.

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