Definition of Penpoints

1. penpoint [n] - See also: penpoint



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Penpoints

penologies
penologist
penologists
penology
penoncel
penoncels
penpal
penpals
penpoint
penpoints (current term)
penpusher
penpushers
penrack
penracks
penroseite
pens
pensative
pensee
pensees
pensel
pensels
pensible
pensil
pensile

Literary usage of Penpoints

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1. Animal Micrology: Practical Exercises in Zoölogical Micro-technique by Michael Frederic Guyer (1917)
"... penpoints are satisfactory. Inasmuch as each person not only handles a pen differently, but uses different degrees of pressure in working, ..."

2. Industrial Education in the Elementary School by Percival Richard Cole (1914)
"And later, I found that all youngsters had the same interest in penpoints and pencils, chalk and bullets. A few copies of Industries that I placed in our ..."

3. A Manual of Experiments in Elementary Science by Francis Day Curtis (1918)
"Six-inch globes; cardboard hoops cut so as just to fit over the globes; corks; penholders and penpoints; ..."

4. Making the Office Pay: Tested Office Plans, Methods, and Systems that Make by William Henry Leffingwell (1918)
"by WH FIGURE 99: This convenient rack for supplies can be made to accommodate anything from penpoints to ledger sheets since the sections can be subdivided ..."

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