manuscript


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Synonyms for manuscript

the form of a literary work submitted for publication

handwritten book or document

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Nevertheless, as a personal document, the Everhard Manuscript is of inestimable value.
This sympathy comes to us, however, as we peruse the Everhard Manuscript.
We discussed the manuscript and hazarded guesses concerning it and the strange events it narrated.
Their rescue by the English tug was entirely probable; the capture of the enemy U-33 by the tug's crew was not beyond the range of possibility; and their adventures during the perilous cruise which the treachery and deceit of Benson extended until they found themselves in the waters of the far South Pacific with depleted stores and poisoned water-casks, while bordering upon the fantastic, appeared logical enough as narrated, event by event, in the manuscript.
She abruptly thrust the manuscript into Henry's hand.
Suddenly he changed colour as he read-- and looked up from the manuscript like a man bewildered.
He let Anne and Leslie read the manuscript and criticise it; and the concluding chapter of the book, which the critics, later on, were pleased to call idyllic, was modelled upon a suggestion of Leslie's.
She has, therefore, attached to her own manuscripts, copious Extracts from precious publications in her possession, all bearing on this terrible subject.
After she had read it, she sat, staring into space; and when Stella had gone she smoothed out the crumpled manuscript.
There is much which I have left out; much which I have not dared to tell; but you will find the story of his second search for Dejah Thoris, Princess of Helium, even more remarkable than was his first manuscript which I gave to an unbelieving world a short time since and through which we followed the fighting Virginian across dead sea bottoms under the moons of Mars.
THE dawn was come when I laid the Manuscript aside.
He mailed the manuscript in a flat envelope, and addressed it to the editor of the SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER.
The Director of the Observatory gathered up the manuscript and went away, explaining that it needed correction; he had neglected to dot an m.
These old Irish manuscripts are perhaps none of them older than the eleventh century, but the stories are far, far older.
Pierre went round the study, approached the cupboard in which the manuscripts were kept, and took out what had once been one of the most important, the holy of holies of the order.