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- (uncountable) Graphism of symbols such as letters that express some meaning.
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- Early writing appeared in both societies around 3000 B.C.E., mainly for administrative purposes in Egypt and for accounting and trading in Sumer.
- (countable) Something written, such as a document, article or book.
- (uncountable) The process of representing a language with symbols or letters.
- (countable) A work of an author.
- (countable) The style of writing of a person.
- I can't read your writing.
- (as a modifier) Intended for or used in writing.
- a writing table
- (written letters or symbols that express some meaning): text
- (something written): document, manuscript, text
- (work of an author): work
- (the style of writing of a person): hand, handwriting
- (intended for or used in writing): alphabet, character, ideogram, logogram, pictogram, script, syllabary, writing system
- creative writing
- in writing
- majuscule writing
- packet writing
- sky writing
- spirit writing
- writing arm
- writing board
- writing book
- writing desk
- writing hand
- writing implement
- writing instrument
- writing lark
- writing machine
- writing master
- writing obligatory
- writing on the wall
- writing pad
- writing paper
- writing school
- writing table
written letters or symbols
process of representing a language
style of writing
made for or used in writing
- present participle of
Declension of writing (strong ō-stem)
- wrītingfeþer f (“pen”)