Definition of Colormen

1. Noun. (plural of colorman) ¹



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Definition of Colormen

1. colorman [n] - See also: colorman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Colormen

colorization
colorizations
colorize
colorized
colorizer
colorizers
colorizes
colorizing
colorless
colorlessly
colorlessness
colorlessnesses
colorman
colormap
colormaps
colormen (current term)
colorogenic
colorology
coloron
colorous
colorphobia
colorpoint
colorpoints
colorpuncture
colors
colorspace
colorway
colorways
colorwise
colorwork

Literary usage of Colormen

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1. Philadelphia and Her Merchants: As Constituted Fifty @ Seventy Years Ago by Abraham Ritter (1860)
"... oil and colormen, announce themselves at .No. 65 in 1795; and Mordecai Wetherill, one of the firm, branched off in the same business at the corner, ..."

2. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1916)
"Those sold by the artists' colormen are better, and I have rather a fancy ... All decent colormen have a pot of water ready for this test and quite expect ..."

3. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography by Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1911)
"... Spades & Shovels wanting handles he collected and delivered to their respective Quartermasters, except such as are employed by the Camp colormen, ..."

4. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines: Containing a Clear Exposition by Andrew Ure (1844)
"BIAS* COLOR, as employed by the colormen to imitate brass, is of two lints, the red or bronze, and the yellow like gilt brass. Copper filings, mixed with ..."

5. The American Annual of Photography (1909)
"A paper known to artists' colormen as "Japan AA" is an excellent paper to use, and so is "Japanese parchment." For small work, requiring a smooth surface, ..."

6. How to work with the microscope by Lionel S[mith] Beale (1865)
"Vermilion of sufficiently good quality can be purchased of all artists' colormen for six or eight shillings a pound. If upon microscopical examination a ..."

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