high x-height


Type with a high x-height has a relatively large distance between the baseline and the tops of the main body of lowercase letters, typically having short ascenders and descenders.

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The x-height refers to the distance between the baseline and the top of the lower case line in a typeface. Typically, this is the height of the letter x in the font (the source of the term).