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A font's weight is a measure of how relatively thick the stroke is of each letter (how "bold" it is).
Some font families have variations where each letter is narrower (condensed) or more spaced out (expanded).
The "maximum advance" of a font refers to the widest possible letter within that font (for example the "M" or "W" letters). It can be used as an indicator of the general width of the font.
Bree Serif
The five boxing wizards jump quickly.
Encode Sans
The five boxing wizards jump quickly.
PT Mono
The five boxing wizards jump quickly.
Pinyon Script
The five boxing wizards jump quickly.
Ubuntu
The five boxing wizards jump quickly.