Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Smeared or daubed with ink. Charlotte Brontë, Villette, xxxv.

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Examples

  • In the whole world there was no answer to them, except where one dark little man stood, sat, walked, lectured, under the head-piece of a bandit bonnet-grec, and within the girth of a sorry paletôt, much be-inked, and no little adust.

    Villette

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