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charactery

Syllabification: char·ac·ter·y
Pronunciation: /ˈkariktərē
 
/

Definition of charactery in English:

noun

literary
The expression of thought by symbols or characters; the symbols or characters collectively.
Example sentences
  • This aim of this project was to bring together ancient charactery with contemporary technologies.
  • Dong Ba Scriptures are actually a kind of religious charactery written down manually by the Dong Ba wizard.
  • Soon Widge finds that his skill in charactery is wanted for another reason - to secretly transcribe, and thus steal, Shakespeare's play, Hamlet.

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