- (tr) to use ink to go over pencil lines in (a drawing)
- to apply ink to (a printing surface) in preparing to print from it
- to arrange or confirm definitely
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Examples from the Web for ink in
Ink-in with acid-proof color which will color the whole stone.
Ink-in the stone very clean, and coat it with gum and water that is very thin and delicate.
Now clean the stone well with water, ink-in with acid-proof ink, and etch it again as has been described several times.
Then clean the stone with oil of turpentine and ink-in well with acid-proof color.