from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. ink used in printing books, newspapers, etc. It is composed of lampblack or ivory black mingled with linseed or nut oil, made thick by boiling and burning. Other ingredients are employed for the finer qualities.
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- n. a semisolid quick drying ink made especially for use in printing
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