- a fountain pen in which the writing point is a fine, hollow tube instead of a nib.
Origin of stylograph
Also called stylographic pen.
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Examples from the Web for stylograph
She had a writing-board on her knee, and a hand resting on it still held a stylograph.The Invader
Margaret L. Woods
The J pen to the lady novelist, and the stylograph to the devil—your essayist must not touch the things.Certain Personal Matters
H. G. Wells
Edith shook the stylograph Dodo gave her to make it write, and a fountain of pure black ink poured on to the page.Dodo Wonders
E. F. Benson
As a matter of fact, his writing is done with a stylograph pen, which he always carries in his pocket.McClure's Magazine December, 1895
Edited by Ida M. Tarbell
The stylograph hung longingly over the cable form; it wanted to write "Interjection."Second String
- a fountain pen having a fine hollow tube as the writing point instead of a nib
C19: from styl (us) + -graph