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ballpoint a pen that has a small ball in its tip which transfers ink from a reservoir to the writing surface; ballpoint pen.
compass (often pl.) a hinged instrument for drawing circles and arcs, with one leg ending in a point used as the pivot and the other ending in a pencil or pen that traces a curve as it is turned. [1/9 definitions]
dot a small mark made by or as if by a pointed end, as of a pencil or pen. [1/10 definitions]
draw to portray with a pen or pencil. [2/19 definitions]
fountain a chamber from which a liquid, such as ink in a pen, can be supplied slowly and steadily. [1/5 definitions]
fountain pen a pen in which ink is drawn into a pointed nib at one end from a reservoir or cartridge inside.
hair stroke a very fine line drawn with, or as with, a pen.
handwriting writing produced by hand, as with a pen or pencil. [1/2 definitions]
hennery a farm, shelter, or pen for poultry.
hutch a pen or shelter, esp. for a small animal such as a rabbit. [1/4 definitions]
J. K. Rowling pen name of British author Joanne Rowling, best known for her fiction series relating the adventures of a young wizard named Harry Potter (b.1965).
marker a felt-tipped or other pen that produces thick lines of ink, used for marking and writing. [1/5 definitions]
Mark Twain pen name of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, U.S. author and humorist (b.1835--d.1910).
nib the point of a pen. [2 definitions]
nom de plume a fictitious name adopted by an author; pen name.
pen1 to write, often with a pen. [1/4 definitions]
pen2 to enclose in or as if in a pen. [1/3 definitions]
penholder a holder into which a pen point fits. [1/2 definitions]
penlight a small flashlight similar in size and shape to a fountain pen.
pent a past tense and past participle of pen2. [1/2 definitions]
permanent marker a pen or marker containing ink that may adhere to all surfaces, be water-resistant, contain durable dyes or pigments, or possess some combination of these attributes.