- Antonyms of SCRIPT:
- print, type, typewriting.
- Misspellings for SCRIPT:
- recript, scoopt, sccept, sucurity, discriput, secrect, screct, sicurity, sript, scrpt, screat, sccurity, scripte, scipt, secrurity, mnuscript, skipt, llcproperty, sctipt, scarelt, scripure, scriptire, secrit, scriptting, prscript, srcipt, decript, scriptor, scurity, skrit, scaricty, cyrpt, scoripo, backrupt, scrapts, scruinty, scripute, scirpt, scraft, scret, scriptur, strept, vbscript, crupt, secriuty, cript, scriot, scrup, scract, seacrit, scripters, scrapt, scripe, scupt, scrit, scriipt, scrpts, crep't, bakrupt, discriptor, scracity, scruptous, squrepant, scriptual, secriet, descripter, swcurity, scripeted, decrpit, scuritey, scprit, stript, scritpure, discriped, decripid, scrypt, securirty, sucrity, scarist, scriputre, trascript, securiity, sockpuppet, scrypts, skript, decrept, scrint, scripter, descripte, decripit, discripter, creapt, screwtape, scrpits, scripural, scriped, scrorpio, scrited, scripss, skripts, scrippting, secrist, scropia, surrport, descripto, discript, scripy, crapt, scritp, scrpit, scripit, strapt, playscript, surcrity, scrat, securiyt, noscript, cyrupt, descript, mauscript, postcript, scrypted, screipts, suerscript, surgeropn.
- Examples of usage:
He likewise published a pamphlet, intitled, A Letter to the Craftsman, from E. Budgell, Esq; occasioned by his late presenting an humble complaint against the right honourable Sir Robert Walpole, with a Post- script.
"The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland (1753),Vol. V.",Theophilus Cibber.
On the plate behind the trigger- guard, carved in flowing script, were these words.
"The Adventures of Bobby Orde",Stewart Edward White.
This system was put in commercial operation, but the company, now encouraged, was quite willing to allow Edison to work out his idea of an automatic that would print the message in bold Roman letters instead of in dots and dashes; with consequent gain in speed in delivery of the message after its receipt in the operating- room, it being obviously necessary in the case of any message received in Morse characters to copy it in script before delivery to the recipient.
"Edison, His Life and Inventions",Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin.
- He likewise published a pamphlet, intitled, A Letter to the Craftsman, from E. Budgell, Esq; occasioned by his late presenting an humble complaint against the right honourable Sir Robert Walpole, with a Post- script.