In harmony with other factors, in a matching style, as in This furniture is perfectly in key with the overall design. This term uses key in the musical sense, that is, “a scheme of notes related to one another.” The antonym, out of key, means “not in harmony with other factors,” or “unsuitable,” as in He is out of key with his time. [ c. 1900 ]
noun 1. the part of a printing press that stores ink and feeds it to the rollers.
[ingk-hawrn] /ˈɪŋkˌhɔrn/ noun 1. a small container of or other material, formerly used to hold writing . /ˈɪŋkˌhɔːn/ noun 1. (formerly) a small portable container for ink, usually made from horn n. late 14c., “small portable vessel (originally made of horn) for holding ink,” from ink (n.) + horn (n.). Used attributively as an adjective […]
noun 1. an obscure, affectedly or ostentatiously erudite borrowing from another language, especially Latin or Greek. noun 1. an affectedly learned and obscure borrowing from another language, esp Greek or Latin
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verb (adverb) 1. (transitive) to use ink to go over pencil lines in (a drawing) 2. to apply ink to (a printing surface) in preparing to print from it 3. to arrange or confirm definitely