n.) One of the large feathers of a bird’s wing,
n.) The pen of a large bird’snfeather
n.) A spine of the hedgehog or porcupine.
She dipped a quill in ink, then began to write.
It is hard to write with a quill.
I’ve never used a quill for my writing homework.
I want to see how a quill is used.
He dipped his quill into an ink bottle.
The quill pen was invented in the 5th century.
The students all practised using quill pens and real ink.
A man is passing with a quill behind his ear.
There was a fancy peacock feather quill lying on his desk on top of a thick, old book.
We had tooth picks made of porcupine quills.
The ink was sealed inside the quill with cork.
The quill pedal is a common pedal system on bicycles.
The primary quills are often actually black.
Hermione sighed and laid down her quill.
A goose quill is more dangerous than a lion’s claw.
There is red liquid coming out with each quill pulled.
Photographed in 1973, Eugene Ionesco happily scribbles away with a feathered quill pen.