Definitions for "Mimeograph"
A copying device that uses a stencil through which ink is pressed; it was invented by Edison.
to make copies of using a mimeograph; as, She mimeographed the syllabus.
An obsolete method of printing by cutting a stencil to allow the ink to pass through it, making an impression on the paper. The most common brands were Gestetner (Canada and UK) and A.B.Dick. (USA).