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fountain pen

n.
A pen having a refillable or replaceable ink reservoir that feeds ink to the nib.

fountain pen

n
a pen the nib of which is supplied with ink from a cartridge or a reservoir in its barrel

foun′tain pen`


n.
a pen with a refillable reservoir that provides a continuous supply of ink to its point.
[1700–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fountain pen - a pen that is supplied with ink from a reservoir in its barrelfountain pen - a pen that is supplied with ink from a reservoir in its barrel
ink cartridge - a cartridge that contains ink and can be replaced
pen - a writing implement with a point from which ink flows
Translations
قَلَمُ حِبْرقَلَم حِبْر
plnicí peroplnící pero
fyldepen
mustekynätäytekynä
nalivpero
töltõtoll
blekpennilindarpenni, sjálfblekungur
万年筆
만년필
plniace pero
reservoarpenna
ปากกาหมึกซึม
bút máy

fountain pen

npenna stilografica

fountain

(ˈfauntin) noun
1. an often ornamental structure which produces a spring of water that rises into the air. Rome is famous for its beautifully carved stone fountains.
2. the water coming from such a structure. It was so hot that he stood under the fountain to get cool.
3. a source. God is the fountain of all goodness.
fountain pen
a kind of pen with a nib and containing a supply of ink which is released as one writes.

fountain pen

قَلَمُ حِبْر plnicí pero fyldepen Füller πένα μελάνης pluma estilográfica mustekynä stylo plume nalivpero penna stilografica 万年筆 만년필 vulpen fyllepenn pióro wieczne caneta de tinta permanente, caneta-tinteiro авторучка reservoarpenna ปากกาหมึกซึม dolmakalem bút máy 钢笔
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Therefore, her fountain pens were carefully filled by her sister--all except this fountain pen.
No; I had to follow rather close to find out about Miss Joan and the fountain pen.
Why, bless my fountain pen, it's the most wonderful story I ever heard of
Anne had known beforehand of the party, but she had not known that she and Gilbert were, as the founders of the Society, to be presented with a very complimentary "address" and "tokens of respect" -- in her case a volume of Shakespeare's plays, in Gilbert's a fountain pen.
He sat long enough for the declining sun to dip behind the roofs of the town at his back, and throw the shadow of the houses on the lake front over the islet, before he pulled out of his pocket a fountain pen, opened a small notebook on his knee, and began to write quickly, raising his eyes now and then at the connecting arm of the bridge.
Among the tiny bones of the hands was an ancient fountain pen, as good, apparently, as the day it was made, and a metal covered memoranda book, closed over the bones of an index finger.
It is not to be classed with safety razors and piano players and fountain pens.
The small, agitated figures--for in comparison with this couple most people looked small--decorated with fountain pens, and burdened with despatch-boxes, had appointments to keep, and drew a weekly salary, so that there was some reason for the unfriendly stare which was bestowed upon Mr.
He was also described quite incorrectly as the son of a man who had amassed a comfortable fortune in the manufacture of gold nibs and the Butteridge fountain pens.
WILL Shakespeare used a quill, Jeffrey Archer used a fountain pen, Len Deighton tried dictation and modern authors use computers.
uk) includes chocolate notepads, crayons, pencil sharpener, scissors, a fountain pen and even a pencil with a marshmallow eraser.
The German manufacturer of timepieces, leather, and writing instruments began making its flagship Meisterstuck fountain pen in Hamburg in 1924.

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