What is another word for prints?

Pronunciation: [pɹˈɪnts] (IPA)

The term "prints" can refer to various types of images created through different printing methods. Some synonyms for prints include reproductions, copies, impressions, and editions. Reproductions describe images that are reprinted in a smaller size or a different format from the original. Copies indicate exact duplicates of the original. Impressions refer to prints created by pressing an inked plate onto paper, creating a unique image. Editions describe a limited number of prints created from an artist's plate, signed and numbered by the artist. Other synonyms for prints may include lithographs, engravings, etchings, screen prints, and giclee prints.

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Usage examples for Prints

Besides ripple-marks we may also detect occasionally on the surfaces of certain strata mud-cracks and rain-prints.
"Geology"
James Geikie
Their sharp noses pointed keenly into the huge bear foot-prints, their little ears quivered, while, with howls, they started onward in a mad rush.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook
She led the horse out, and, crossing the clearing, rode hard for a league or so, and then made sure by the prints of their horses' feet that the strangers had followed her instructions before she struck into the shorter trail.
"The Greater Power"
Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton

Famous quotes with Prints

  • There is - you know, there's receipts for rented cars and license plates and guns and hand prints and palm prints and fingerprints. You know, I want to wait until I'm in a court.
    Patty Hearst
  • I was trying to write an autobiography using prints and patterns that reference emotional, psychological, and personal development in my work, as a person growing up, figuring out who I was. I used fabrics to stand in for occurrences.
    Jim Hodges
  • Plant thy foot firmly in the prints which His foot has made before thee.
    Joseph Barber Lightfoot
  • A neighborhood friend showed me how it was possible to go to a camera shop and pick up chemicals for pennies... literally... and develop your own film and make prints.
    Leonard Nimoy
  • There are countless artists whose shoes I am not worthy to polish - whose prints would not pay the printer. The question of judgment is a puzzling one.
    Maxfield Parrish

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