an authentic signature from someone, or someone who is famous
autograph
to broadcast a program by television
telecast
a system for transmitting visual images and sound that are reproduced on screens, chiefly used to broadcast programs for entertainment, information, and education
television
someone who looks good in pictures
photogenic
something that is not usual or normal
peculiar
a paper copy of a document, picture, etc., that is made with a special machine called a Xerox machine
photocopy
to be very happy and joyful
elated
full of danger
perilous
decorative handwriting or handwritten lettering
calligraphy
a confused or messy condition
disarray
extremely comfortable, elegant, or enjoyable
luxurious
someone who is unable to read or write
illiterate
a system that uses wires and radio signals to send sounds (such as people's voices) over long distances
telephone
someone who is able to read or write
literate
lived or existed for a very long time
ancient
able to make choices quickly and confidently
decisive
a pancake
flapjacks
two words that sound alike but have different spellings and different meanings
homophone
the act or process of making something clear or easy to understand
explanation
relating to the artistic use of pictures, shapes, and words especially in books and magazines
graphic