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Alternative clues for the word ink
It's kept in a pen
Old well's contents
Publicity, so to speak
It looks good on paper
P.R., so to speak
Mary Steenburgen sitcom
Word with jet or stand
Press, so to speak
Big expense for newspapers
Rorschach test stuff
It comes out of a pen
It's more permanent than pencil marks
Voter's finger stainer
Sign, as a deal
What a quill may be dipped in
Tattoo, in slang
Press worker's stain
It's held in a squid's 37-Down
Common breast-pocket stain
It may come from a well
It might be disappearing
Shade of black
What print books have that Kindles don't
With 43-Across, part of a squid
Means of maritime defense
Contents of a well
Publicity, in Variety-speak
Newspaper coverage, informally
Some media coverage
Tattoo parlor supply
A liquid used for printing or writing or drawing
Dark protective fluid ejected into the water by cuttlefish and other cephalopods
Sign, in a way
Cephalopod's smoke screen
Contents of some wells
Kind of pad
Squids squirt it
Red or black follower
Charles Schulz's need
India or red
Sign on the dotted line
___ a contract
India, for one
Red or black
Word definitions for ink in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a pencil/ink/charcoal etc drawing (= done using a pencil, ink etc ) ▪ I like to do a few pencil drawings when I go away anywhere. ink blots ▪ ink blots ink pad invisible ink pen and ink ▪ a pen and ink drawing printing...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Inc \Inc\, n. A Japanese measure of length equal to about two and one twelfth yards. [Written also ink .]
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 A pigment (or dye)-based fluid used for writing, printing etc. 2 (context countable English) A particular type, color or container of this fluid. 3 The black or dark-colored fluid ejected by squid, octopus etc, as a protective strategy. 4 (context...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"the black liquor with which men write" [Johnson], mid-13c., from Old French encre , formerly enque "dark writing fluid" (11c.), originally enca , from Late Latin encaustum , from Greek enkauston "purple or red ink," used by the Roman emperors to sign documents,...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. a liquid used for printing or writing or drawing dark protective fluid ejected into the water by cuttlefish and other cephalopods
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Ink is a liquid or paste that contains pigments or dyes and is used to color a surface to produce an image , text , or design . Ink is used for drawing or writing with a pen , brush , or quill . Thicker inks, in paste form, are used extensively in letterpress...
Usage examples of ink.
Accordingly, the finger may be dipped into acetone for several seconds, removed, and be permitted to dry, after which it is inked and printed.
If this fails, the finger is wiped off with a piece of cloth which has been saturated with alcohol, benzine or acetone, after which it may be inked and printed.
There is no independent data indicating any variation whatever in the methods of the admixture of black or colored inks, which differentiates them from those used in the earliest times of the ancient Egyptians, Hebrews or Chinese.
Frequent mention is made of sour galls, aleppo galls, green and blue vitriol, the lees of wine, black amber, sugar, fish-glue and a host of unimportant materials as being employed in the admixture of black inks.
Many of the tests specified in the Allen citation to determine the character of ink constituents, if made alone are practically valueless, because the same behavior occurs with different materials employed in the admixture of ink.
June, 1896, great stress was laid on the fact of the difference in the admixture of inks found on letters contemporaneous with the date of the will, and it was asserted also that the ink with which the will was written was not in existence at the time it was alleged to have been made, June 14, 1873, and probably not earlier than ten years later.
Then there was a small library of other books, including a medical lexicon published in London and an almanac beginning at the year 1731, the Holy Bible, ink, pens and writing paper, a box of watercolours and brushes, reams of fine-quality drawing paper, knitting needles and wool, a roll of soft tanned leather from which to make the uppers for footwear- the soles would be cut from buffalo rawhide.
What a preposterous glut of paper and ink he has amassed, loose leaves and envelopes and journals with spines and notebooks sewn with string, all neatly filled with his blockish, inelegant handwriting, all annotated with symbols in his own private code, signifying such things as further study needed or but is this really true?
Using ink and aquarelle I can paint a lakescape of unsurpassed translucence with all the mountains of paradise reflected therein, but am unable to draw a boat or a bridge or the silhouette of human panic in the blazing windows of a villa by Plam.
Seys and Brewer, 1858, applied aqueous solutions of ferrocyanide of potassium or other salts, which formed an indelible compound with the ferruginous base of writing ink.
At least Arioso wrote a fairly clear hand and used expensive ink that had not faded.
It reminded me of a sepia painting I had once seen done from the ink of a fossil Belemnite that must have perished and become fossilized millions of years ago.
He takes down a worn volume, blowing off dust, and hands it to Berel, open to the flyleaf, on which a name and address are inked.
I have pens of reed and can make ink of various colours, who in the bygone days was no mean scribe.
In olden times they were introduced into ink with an honest belief that it would also improve and ensure its lasting qualities, but latterly more often to cheapen the cost of its manufacture.