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felt-tip pen

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Daily life
felt-tip penˌfelt-tip ˈpen (also felt-tipped pen, felt-tip British English) noun [countable]  DTa pen that has a hard piece of felt at the end that the ink comes through
Examples from the Corpus
felt-tip penMagilla was given a large sheet of plain white paper and a felt-tip pen and proceeded to write down all our thoughts.Like the youngster the other night, he had a felt-tip pen and a Flamengo shirt in his hand.Excuses, wrote Goldberg in the margin of his typescript with a felt-tip pen, an end to excuses.It had been written with a black felt-tip pen on a legal pad that was in the home.And Goldberg, pulling the pad towards him and seizing his felt-tip pen, began to write.
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