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laid paper

n.
A paper made on wire molds that give it a characteristic watermark of close thin lines.
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laid paper

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) paper with a regular mesh impressed upon it by the dandy roller on a paper-making machine. Compare wove paper
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laid′ pa′per


n.
paper with fine parallel and cross lines produced in manufacturing. Compare wove paper.
[1830–40]
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Noun1.laid paper - writing paper having a watermark of fine lines running across the grain
writing paper - paper material made into thin sheets that are sized to take ink; used for writing correspondence and manuscripts
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Still bound in its sailcloth covering, the journal, written in a bold, florid hand, relates in a chatty and informative prose on 80 sides of folded laid paper, how Griffiths boarded the 1,351-ton Indian Empire and was billeted in a small house on deck, a little forward of amidships ...
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