Manuscript

Manuscript,

Definition of Manuscript:

  1. A book, document, or piece of music written by hand rather than typed or printed.

  2. Handwritten or typed, but yet unpublished, text in any field of intellectual endeavor.

Synonyms of Manuscript

Aldine, Aldine book, Elzevir, Elzevir book, Article, Autograph, Autographic, Autography, Brainchild, Calligraphic, Calligraphy, Chirographic, Chirography, Codex, Composed matter, Composition, Computer printout, Copy, Cradle book, Cursive, Dead matter, Document, Draft, Early edition, Edited version, Engrossed, Engrossment, Essay, Fair copy, Fiction, Final draft, Finished version, First draft, First edition, Fist, Flimsy, Flowing, Graphanalysis, Graphic, Graphoanalytic, Graphologic, Graphology, Graphometric, Graphometry, Hand, Handwriting, Holograph, Holographic, In longhand, In shorthand, In writing, Incunabulum, Inscribed, Italic, Italicized, Letter, Literae scriptae, Literary artefact, Literary production, Literature, Live matter, Longhand, Lucubration, Matter, Nonfiction, On paper, Opus, Original, Paleography, Paper, Parchment, Penciled, Pencraft, Penmanship, Penned, Penscript, Piece, Piece of writing, Play, Poem, Printed, Printed matter, Printout, Production, Rare book, Reading matter, Recension, Running, Screed, Scrip, Script, Scription, Scriptorial, Scriptural, Scrive, Scroll, Second draft, Shorthand, Standing matter, Stylographic, Stylography, The written word, Transcript, Transcription, Typescript, Version, Work, Writing, Written, Document, Text, Script, Paper, Typescript

How to use Manuscript in a sentence?

  1. An illuminated manuscript.

Meaning of Manuscript & Manuscript Definition