[ UK /ˈɪŋkwɛl/ ]
  1. a small well holding writing ink into which a pen can be dipped
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  • Before another door in the wall to his left, opening onto a broad balcony, was a well-worn desk, covered with a blotter, a neat stack of parchments, inkwells, a small rack of reed pens, a small waterclock, and other paraphernalia.
  • I can still see the little wooden desks and their clotted inkwells as we reached 12 times 12, which is, I can assure you, 144.
  • Umber set a feathered pen and an inkwell on the desktop and pulled a stool out of the corner of the room. End of Time
  • On top of it, they had placed a silver inkwell and pen tray, which was also brand-new from Liberty's.
  • Among the finds he made were water pools, which he believed were used for ritual bathing, and multiple inkwells found in a room that became known as the "scriptorium. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • I threw the book on the floor and picked up my inkwell and feather pen, then walked down the stairs to our Dining hall.
  • He replaced his quill in the inkwell and again looked up at the two.
  • There is parchment and pen and inkwell on the table, Gruffydd. HERE BE DRAGONS
  • Almost all the objects were made in France and England and are either functional, like vase-shaped inkwells or perfume burners, or they incorporate vases in their decoration.
  • The discovery of two inkwells and a plastered table and bench strongly suggested that one of the rooms was a scriptorium, a room set apart for writing or copying manuscripts.
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