from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pen.
- adj. winged; having plumes
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Winged; having plumes.
- adj. Written with a pen; composed.
- adj. Enclosed in a pen; -- of animals.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as pennate.
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Two weeks ago, Palin penned a Washington Post op-ed criticizing the president's position on "cap-and-trade" legislation.
I think John McCain penned a very thoughtful and detailed explanation of his rejection.
But the bill that Pelosi and Reid have penned is terrible for our country and for the people.
She thought of the name penned on the back of the Polaroid—GABI.
Somewhere in all of the pictures and perhaps even the exactness and accuracy of the film to the source the intent and story that Moore penned is lost.
Klein penned this essay and this response last week.
IBM claims it has delivered more than 500 autonomic technologies since Kevin penned that column, and today announced a slate of new offerings.
After Ted Griffin penned a sharp new script for "Oceans Eleven," veteran producer Jerry Weintraub and ace director Steven Soderbergh, an Oscar-winner for "Traffic," had little trouble assembling a killer cast.
The book has weight, its brown-spotted pages crackle between fingers, a name penned on the flyleaf is faded but unforgotten.
It was with a deep sense of possession of all the land that Walter Scott penned from a full heart the impassioned lines: