Definition of Penpoints
1. penpoint [n] - See also: penpoint
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Penpoints
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Literary usage of Penpoints
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."