noun, (sometimes lowercase)
a black pigment consisting of lampblack mixed with glue or size.
a liquid ink from this.
/ˈɪndɪəmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. (formerly) a large merchant ship engaged in trade with India
[in-dee-uh n] /ˈɪn di ən/ noun 1. Also called American Indian, Amerind, Amerindian, Native American. a member of the aboriginal people of America or of any of the aboriginal North or South American stocks, usually excluding the Eskimos. 2. any of the indigenous languages of the American Indians. Abbreviation: Ind. 3. a member of any […]
noun 1. a ballot on which the candidates are listed in separate columns by party.
noun 1. a shore area in N Indiana, on Lake Michigan: established in 1966 for recreation and conservation purposes; comprising shoreline, dunes, bogs, and forests. 14 sq. mi. (36 sq. km).