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how do i find a better essay writing font than times new roman?
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>>329763
comic sans
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>>329765
what are your thoughts on junicode
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>>329763
Hobo
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>>329763
have you ever used Garamond?
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Cambria
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What about Baskerville, also a nice serif font.
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use georgia
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times is better than times new roman
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>>329763
Lato
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Futura
Fuck everyone
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>>329988
SUPREME(ly space wasting font)
>>329785
Ew.

OP you should try Alegreya. It's a bit more book-ish, but it's nice to read.
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>>329763
Computer Modern
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No one's reading your essay, they're just scanning it for comparative length as an effort proxy. So the objectively best replacement for Times New Roman is something with identical glyphs but subtly wider tracking.




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