Inline

In typography, a style of type that has a chiseled effect, as if chipped out of stone. Although classic in appearance, their use in small doses is most effective, and they are often used in display type, and are especially well-suited to dropping out from a dark background. At small sizes, however, the letters tend to fill in. Also referred to as engraved.

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