blotter

Part of speech: noun

A sheet, pad, or book of blotting - paper.

Part of speech: noun

The first record - book, as in a police - station.

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Usage examples "blotter":

  1. She was writing rapidly, with a blotting- book held half open, and the book she had been reading held in the same hand, so that she could close the blotter instantly and seem to be reading if any one came. - "The Man with a Shadow", George Manville Fenn.
  2. Joyce only pointed to a large sheet of paper lying on the blotter. - "The Boarded-Up House", Augusta Huiell Seaman.
  3. She lifted a hand- blotter to show me the print of a line of ink. - "The Million-Dollar Suitcase", Alice MacGowan Perry Newberry.