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Definition of manuscript:

  1. A literary or musical composition written with the hand, as distinguished from a printed copy.
  2. Writing, as opposed to print; as, the book exists only in manuscript.
  3. Written with or by the hand; not printed; as, a manuscript volume.

Synonyms:

hologram, holograph, MS, multiple sclerosis, disseminated sclerosis.

  • composition (part of speech: noun)
    • the Book of the Dead, 
    • Gospel Book of Charlemagne, 
    • Codex Alexandrinus, 
    • piece of music, 
    • paper
    • papyrus
    • Lindisfarne Gospels, 
    • Codex Argentus of Ulfilas, 
    • copy
    • the Vatican Virgils, 
    • Oxford Euclid, 
    • tablet
    • Gospels of Vercelli, 
    • Codex Sinaiticus, 
    • the Book of Deir, 
    • typewritten copy, 
    • Codex Vaticanus, 
    • translation
    • vellum
    • script
    • Harris Homer, 
    • Rosetta Stone, 
    • Charter of King Edgar, 
    • the Book of the Dun Cow, 
    • Dead Sea Scrolls, 
    • Cotton Vitellius A-15, 
    • facsimile
    • the Book of Kells, 
    • original
    • Canterbury Tales, 
    • Oxford Plato, 
    • scroll
    • stone
    • Paris Psalter, 
    • parchment
    • Iliad of the Ambrosian, 
    • letterpress
    • Laurentian Herodotus, 
    • autograph
    • Finnsburg Fragment, 
    • Beowulf, 
    • document
    • palimpsest
    • typescript, 
    • book
    • Ellesmere Manuscript

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