Results for quill

Definitions of quill:

part of speech: noun

A reed- pen: the feather of a goose or other bird used as a pen: a pen: anything like a quill: the spine, as of a porcupine: the reed on which weavers wind their thread: the instrument for striking the strings of certain instruments: the tube of a musical instrument.

part of speech: noun

The large strong feather of a bird's wing or tail; a pen made from such a feather; one of the long sharp spines of the porcupine.

part of speech: noun

One of the large strong feathers of a goose or other large bird, used in making pens for writing; an instrument for writing; the spine of a porcupine; the piece of reed on which weavers wind the thread which is to form the woof of cloth.

part of speech: verb

To plait or form with small quill- like ridges; to wind on a quill, as thread or yarn.

part of speech: verb transitive

To plait with small ridges like quills, to wind on a quill.

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