inkpot


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inkpot

(ˈɪŋkˌpɒt)
n
a pot containing ink
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Noun1.inkpot - a bottle of inkinkpot - a bottle of ink      
bottle - a glass or plastic vessel used for storing drinks or other liquids; typically cylindrical without handles and with a narrow neck that can be plugged or capped
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inkpot

[ˈɪŋkpɒt] Ntintero m

ink

(iŋk) noun
a black or coloured liquid used in writing, printing etc. Please sign your name in ink rather than pencil; I spilt red ink all over my dress.
ˈinky adjective
1. covered with ink. inky fingers; Don't touch that wall – your hands are inky.
2. like ink; black or very dark. inky blackness.
ˈinkpot, ˈinkwell nouns
a small pot for ink.
References in classic literature ?
Yes, wait a bit," said Denisov, glancing round at the officers, and taking his papers from under his pillow he went to the window, where he had an inkpot, and sat down to write.
You know, Rodion Romanovitch, I threw an inkpot at him--it happened to be standing in the waiting-room by the paper where you sign your name.
The green flag of PDP and inkpot and pen as election symbol was also an idea of policy- makers of ' PDP was the creation of Indian spy agencies'
Poet sublime of cryptic fabulosity, inkpot noirist, and restless chronicler of the muck and ick that splatters so freely, then embeds itself like a cancer, forming the blackest recesses of American consciousness.
His tools include a metallic inkpot full of ink, two new pens for the deceased to write during the eternal life.
We would give the atmosphere of pen and inkpot to meet the challenges of 21st century, he added.
She took a sheet of paper, dipped the diamond pen tip into the inkpot, and drew a dragon.
Whereas once it relied on a quill and inkpot, now we use roller pens, spray cans, or smartpens to capture our thoughts.
Holmes picked up a quill, dipped it in an ivory inkpot and struck a bold line through Empereur River' From The Vaults Sherlock looks for the National hero Page 4 On Location James Milton finds plenty to admire in the laid-back atmosphere of a weekday card at Towcester Page 10 'Nowadays, when I meet a friend whom I have known for many years, our first talk is invariably about our respective ailments' Tony Morris Page 11 Where Are They Now?
He poured more wine and took it to the desk, leaving it in easy reach well away from the inkpot.
The visual texture of this cartoon panel of scratchy, deep etching type coupled with the pointed and straight ends of the strokes suggest that the tool used by the artist are dip pen and inkpot.
It has been designed to give the pavement the appearance of having been excavated to reveal Shakespeare's study, complete with desk, quill and inkpot.