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ballpoint a pen that has a small ball in its tip. The ball moves the ink from the pen to the paper.
blotter a piece of paper used to soak up ink or to protect a writing surface.
fingerprint a mark made by the tip of a finger on an object that it has touched. Police and hospital records keep fingerprints made by a finger dipped in ink. These are used for identification, because no two people have the same fingerprint. [1/2 definitions]
fountain pen a pen that holds a small supply of ink, which is drawn to the pen's point.
ink to mark or color with ink. [1/2 definitions]
linseed oil a yellowish oil that comes from the seed of flax plants. It is used in making oil paints, ink, and linoleum.
marker a pen, usually with a felt tip, that makes thick lines of ink. A marker is used for marking and writing.
mimeograph a machine that makes copies of written material using an ink printing process.
pad1 a cushion used for holding ink for rubber stamps. [1/7 definitions]
pen1 a long, thin tool used for writing or drawing in ink.
pigment a powder that is mixed with oil or water to make paint, ink, or another coloring material. [1/2 definitions]
pinpoint a point on a map, a spot of ink, or something else that is very small. [1/2 definitions]
print to copy by transferring ink to a surface using mechanical pressure. [1/8 definitions]
printing press a machine for printing letters or pictures on paper or other material with ink.
stencil a sheet of some material out of which letters or a pattern has been cut. Paint or ink can pass through stencils to form a design on the surface underneath. [1/3 definitions]