User:Wavelength/Sandbox 4/List of retronyms

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Block letters 
predating and distinct from cursive letters
Capital letter 
predating and distinct from uncial script
Roman type 
the "regular" or upright counterpart of an italic or oblique typeface, regardless of whether the type design is seriffed or a sans serif
Sans-serif 
In typography, a sans-serif (or sans serif, sans, sans-surryphs) typeface is one that does not have the small features called "serifs" at the end of strokes.