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A font family of typefaces in which the main strokes have terminal strokes (serifs), normally at the top and bottom. The four main types of serif are bracketed (e.g. Times New Roman), hairline (e.g. Bodoni), slab (e.g. Rockwell), and wedge (e.g. Latin fonts). Compare sans serif.

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