One who, or that which, blots; esp. a device for absorbing superfluous ink.
a piece or pad of blotting paper
Absorbent paper in the form of a card or strip, commonly used to absorb excess ink from handwriting before immediate handling of the manuscript. Blotters printed with advertising messages were popular promotional giveaways during the fountain pen era, and are now avidly sought by collectors.
absorbent paper used to dry ink
Paper on which LSD has been absorbed.
sheet or sheets of absorbent material made expressly for photographic prints. Wet prints dry flat and quickly when placed between blotters.
A type of LSD on assorted colorful paper, cut into small doses.
Piece of blotter made to be sucked (some drops of LSD were introduced) Horse: Heroin Rave: Delirium â€“ Rave party
Special quality of highly absorbent paper (paste-free), cut into fine strips and designed to be dipped into a raw material or composition and enable experts - chemists, perfume designers, BAs - to appreciate the quality and monitor its development through olfaction.