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Words related to ink

a liquid used for printing or writing or drawing

dark protective fluid ejected into the water by cuttlefish and other cephalopods

append one's signature to

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mark, coat, cover, or stain with ink

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fill with ink

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There could not well be more ink splashed about it, if it had been roofless from its first construction, and the skies had rained, snowed, hailed, and blown ink through the varying seasons of the year.
I have always had more dread of a pen, a bottle of ink, and a sheet of paper, than of a sword or pistol.
No, friend " replied Raoul, smiling, "I am obliged to you, but at this moment I want nothing but the things for which I have asked -- only I shall be very glad if the ink prove black and the pen good; upon these conditions I will pay for the pen the price of the bottle, and for the ink the price of the pie.
It must blaze up, indeed, with a great brilliance the dull printer's ink expended on the assemblage of the few letters that form the ship's name to the anxious eyes scanning the page in fear and trembling.
Bring me paper and ink, The best there is time to procure.
If you examine it carefully you will see that both the pen and the ink have given the writer trouble.
Tell the man the formula for powder is in grey envelope in first drawer to the left of Secretary's desk, War Office, in red ink.
It is at school that he injures himself for life--as I firmly believe--trying to pronounce German; and it is there, too, that he learns of the importance attached by the French nation to pens, ink, and paper.
But I have no more ink and I must buy some; I have no more paper, I have no more books, and I must buy some.
He drew from the little case a square of plate glass, a little tube of thick ink, a rubber roller, and a few snowy white cards.
I even recollect that under this name there was a blot of ink.
Felix set to work on his letter, in a large scrambling handwriting, with plenty of ink and a noisy pen.
It was growing late when Jamrach came to the margin of what appeared to be a lake of black ink, and there the road terminated.
This done, he trimmed his candle, and began with the letter in ink, which occupied the first three pages of the sheet of note-paper.
Horace seated himself, and dipped the pen in the ink.