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Inkhorn Terms

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This phrase, once common, might be revived to signify pedantic expressions which smell of the lamp.

Shakespeare uses the phrase, an “Inkhorn mate” (1 Henry VI., iii. 1).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Infernal Column
Inferno
Infra Dig., i.e. Dignitatem
Infralapsarians
Ingle (The)
Ingoldsby
Ingrain Colours
Ingulph’s “Croyland Chronicle.”
Injunction
Ink
Inkhorn Terms
Ink-pot
Inkle and Yarico
Inland Navigation
Inn (Anglo-Saxon)
Inns of Court
Innings
Innis Fodhla [Island of Destiny]
Innocent (An)
Innocents
Innuendo