a typeface with little lines or ornaments at the end of each stroke. This typeface is an example of a serif font (Times). See Sans serif font.
A typeface having small strokes at the end of the main strokes of each character.
a font like this which has little tails attached to the letters
a font which has serifs
a font with fancy design at the end of some letters
a type of font with short, light lines or curves called serifs projecting from the top or bottom of a mainstroke of a letter
A font with slabs or strokes the the top and bottom of each character. The most common web serif fonts are Times New Roman, Times, and Palatino. This is a serif font.
A font in which the individual characters have little flourishes at the outermost points of the character. Times Roman is an example of a serif font. Sans serif means "without serif." Arial and Helvetica are examples of sans serif fonts.
a font with short cross lines at the ends of letters