Characteristic of a typeface, such as bold, italic or light.
Variations in the thickness, thinness, slant, etc., for a unit of type.
a typeface design and its variations, for example, Swiss, Swiss Bold, and Swiss Italic. See also font.
Choice of Bold, Italic, Underlined, etc.
Variations within a typeface. Plain, bold, italic, underline, outline, and shadow are styles found in the Style menu for almost all applications used for creating text or graphic documents.
A collection of type families related by common characteristics. There are essentially seven type styles: Roman, Italic, Sans Serif, Slab Serif, Text, Script and Decorative. See Type Face.
A variation, such as bold or italic, or outline, of a font. Under Color Removal (UCR): Removing excessive densities of cyan, magenta and yellow in neutral shadow areas to allow for more press controllability without plugging up the shadows
n. 1. The obliqueness, or degree of slant, of a typeface. 2. Loosely, the overall design of a typeface or a typeface family. 3. One of the variant forms of a type character, including roman, bold, italic, and bold italic.