Definition of scriptus
1. script [ n ] a written version of a play or other dramatic composition; used in preparing for a performanceUsed in print:
(The Christian Science Monitor,...)
One of the script 's big problems was how to blend pictures and music of the past with live performances by musicians of today .
(The Providence Journal...)
( Several times recently I have wondered whether shows were being staged for the sake of the script or just to entertain the audience with the spectacle of scenery being shifted right in_front_of their eyes .
(Whit Masterson, Evil Come, Evil Go....)
Andy rolled_up the revised script he had been studying .
Andy crumbled the script in his fist .Synonyms script book playscript Related Terms dramatic_composition dialogue libretto screenplay scenario shooting_script continuity promptbook
2. script [ n ] something written by hand
Examples: "she recognized his handwriting" "his hand was illegible"
3. script [ v ] write a script for
Examples: "The playwright scripted the movie"
4. script [ n ] a particular orthography or writing systemSynonyms script Related Terms orthography Devanagari alphabet uncial cuneiform syllabary Avestan aramaic brahmi pahlavi uighur Arabic
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