\ INK-horn \ , adjective;
1.Affectedly or ostentatiously learned; pedantic.
1.A small bottle of horn or other material formerly used for holding ink.
My buddy, Dirk, and I had a long running competition on who could use the Word of the Day in conversation the most. “Inkhorn” was the word years back. That evening, I was schmoozing with folks at the Refuge, and I heard Dirk from across the room, “well the other day INKHORN I was walking down the INKHORN with my INKHORN..”
After this night, I dipped my pen in the inkhorn, and wrote “IN CONTEXT” boldly in our rules.