- n. alternative spelling of ink-pad.
- n. a block of absorbent material saturated with ink; used to transfer ink evenly to a rubber stamp
“Lane, who knew well the limits of Navajo elders who had never been to school, habitually carried an inkpad.”
“There is a little locket-medallion attached that holds a tiny circular red inkpad.”
“Armed with an inkpad and Marine-issued rubber stamp, he pressed his name in the collars.”
“Emer used the inkpad and stamps to make her forehead look bruised and her eyebrows look bloody.”
“SquidSoap uses an inkpad at the top of a soap dispenser to "mark" hands with an ink that disappears after washing vigorously for 15-20 seconds. via|link”
“His foot barely fit on the inkpad they used for footprints.”
“But suddenly he would break out his rubber stamp and press it to the inkpad.”
“He pressed the rubber stamp on the inkpad, then took another card and laid it partly over the card of Achilles.”
“He has before him a series of ten thousand wood blocks on which the number is cut at one end and the corresponding Chinese character at the other; he takes out the number, touches the inkpad with the other end, and stamps opposite each group its Chinese character.”
“Chinese character at the other, he takes out the number, touches the inkpad with the other end, and stamps opposite each group its Chinese character.”
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