Felt-tip pen



[felt-tip] /ˈfɛltˌtɪp/

noun
1.
a pen that holds quick-drying ink conveyed to a writing surface by means of a felt nib.
noun
1.
a pen having a writing point made from pressed fibres Also called fibre-tip pen

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