MajusculeMAJ-əs-kyoolPart of speech: nounOrigin: French, 18th century
1Large lettering, either capital or uncial, in which all the letters are the same height2A large letter.
Examples of Majuscule in a sentence “The bodega’s new sign used majuscule to advertise their new menu items.” “It was difficult to read her handwriting because she avoided all use of majuscule.”

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