[ felt-tip ]
/ ˈfɛltˌtɪp /
a pen that holds quick-drying ink conveyed to a writing surface by means of a felt nib.
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Origin of felt-tip pen
First recorded in 1955–60
Also called felt pen.
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British Dictionary definitions for felt-tip pen
a pen having a writing point made from pressed fibresAlso called: fibre-tip pen
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