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fountain pen

noun as in pen with flowing ink

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Then they turn right to confront a gallery of things that speak of closure, refusal and reticence — a drawer shut tight and covered in gray, a fountain pen rendered mute and inert by yet more thickly applied streaks of gray paint.

It’s comparable to Moleskine’s Classic Notebook, but LEUCHTTURM1917’s pages are even thicker at 80 GSM, making them more ideal for fountain pens.

This three-piece set includes a ball point, gel, and fountain pen as well as refills.

If fountain pens are simply not your thing, you can go for Pilot’s lettering pens.

That favorite fountain pen, plus a pocket watch and chain inherited from a gambling great-uncle.

When I answer an email I use my fountain pen, which means that the correspondents need to give me a postal address.

For instance, in the book, Schama writes that he always begins each new writing project with a fountain pen, not a computer.

Black Hood searched the pockets of his wide belt, brought out his fountain pen.

Peggy did so, and took her chair next to his desk, the pad open on her knee and her fountain pen at the ready.

Then with a slobbering fountain-pen and a few exclamations he proceeded to write out a rather large check and a very small note.

Akuy nagpúngil sa lugpit sa pawuntin pin, I broke the clip off the fountain pen.

Mr. Van Britt took out his check-book and a fountain pen and solemnly made out the check.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fountain pen, such as: ink pen, reservoir pen, stylograph, and stylographic pen.

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