ATF Wordsearch

Here is the solution to the typefaces wordsearch puzzle I composed for the yet-to-be-published 2004 ATF Conference keepsake. I think it is a fairly tough puzzle: a 15 × 15 grid containing 31 words. You can generate your own wordsearches, and many other types of puzzles with Discovery School’s Puzzle maker. It used to be free.

ATF Conference 2004 – Typefaces Wordsearch

I hope you’ve enjoyed my typefaces wordsearch from the 2004 keepsake. How many faces did you find? Ten? Twenty? Don’t give up yet! There are a total of thirty-one arranged forward, backward, upward, downward and diagonally. Below you’ll find the puzzle—minus the unused letters—and the list of words hidden therein. If you simply can’t wait any longer, the solution is posted here.

A special nod to Discovery School’s very nifty Puzzlemaker for help arranging so many words in such a tight grid.

L T R A J A N U S O R E M O H
Q R I E U S E B I U S B G
U A K A A T S K I L L A
A H F E J E I D O S P A H R
D C Y N P A L C S D A A
R T T E D N I A C S O D M
A U I D I S O V O S O R O
T D N P L O I T I L F I N
A D A E P N C N O E O A D
L V E R E H F U N M U N T
R O N D O R C P V I N R O A
N I H C O C S A L O C I N V
B U L M E R I Z N S I I
G N A L K N I H T O R T E M R
D N E G E L A U T E P R E P

Blado

Bulmer

Caslon

Deepdene

Eusebius

Fournier

Garamond

Hadriano

Homero

Ionic

Janson

Kaatskill

Klang

Legend

Louvaine

Metrothin

Nicolas Cochin

Old Dutch

Orplid

Perpetua

Privat

Quadrata

Rhapsodie

Rondo

Scotch Roman

Solemnis

Tippecanoe

Trajanus

Union Pearl

Vanity Fair

Zapf Civilite

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