Typestyle

In typography, the distinguishing characteristic of a typeface, which can refer to roman, italic, bold, condensed, expanded, etc.

'Typestyle can also refer to a collection of type families that have a specific feature in common, such as roman, sans serif or serif, gothic, or script.

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