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drypoint

noun dry·point \ˈdrī-ˌpint\

Definition of DRYPOINT

:  an engraving made with a steel or jeweled point directly into the metal plate without the use of acid as in etching; also :  a print made from such an engraving

First Known Use of DRYPOINT

1871

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