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write 1. to trace or form (characters, letters, words, etc.) on the surface of some material, as with a pen, pencil, or other instrument or means; inscribe Write your name on the board. 2. to express or communicate in writing; give a written account of. 3. to fill in the blank spaces of (a printed form) with writing: to write a check to Doug and Mama. 4. to execute or produce by setting down words, figures, etc.: to write two copies of a letter. 5. to compose and produce in words or characters duly set down: to write a letter to a friend. 6. to produce as author or composer; to write a sonnet; to write a symphony. 7. to trace significant characters on, or mark or cover with writing. 8. to cause to be apparent or unmistakable: Honesty is written on his face. 9. Computers. to transfer (information, data, programs, etc.) from storage to secondary storage or an output medium (Webster's, p 2193).
writing, authorship, authorcraft, pencraft, composition, inditment; pen; creative writing, literary composition, literary production, verse-writing, short-story writing, novel-writing, playwriting, drama-writing; essay-writing; expository writing; technical writing; journalism, editiorial-writing, feature-writing, rewriting; songwriting, lyric-writing, librettor-writing; artistry, literary power, literary artistry, literary talent or flair, skill with words or language, facility in writing, ready pen; writer's itch, graphomania, scribblemania, graphorrhea; automatic writing; writer's cramp, grophospasm. (Chapman, p 458).
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