- n a specific size and style of type within a type family
- n a plumbing fixture that provides a flow of water
- A fount of common sense, he remains.
- The mountainous north African nation is also a fount of humanity.
- The Marriott bombing was a reminder that the wild frontier between Pakistan and Afghanistan remains a fount of menace not only to Afghanistan and the West but also to Pakistan.
- Robert Plant in Great American Country
I'm in no hurry to go anywhere,Robert told Billboard. "I want to stay very close. This is a [fount] of knowledge, and I'm sticking as close to it as I can."
- Daniel Dennett in Stanford Report
You might say that they think of the mind as a skyhook, as a near miraculous device that is an original fount of intelligence and creativity,Dennett said.