Definition of Enameling

1. Verb. (present participle of enamel) ¹



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Definition of Enameling

1. enamel [v] - See also: enamel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enameling

enamel pearl
enamel prisms
enamel projection
enamel pulp
enamel rod inclination
enamel rod sheath
enamel rods
enamel tuft
enamel wall
enamelar
enameled
enameled wire
enameler
enamelers
enamelin
enameling (current term)
enamelist
enamelists
enamelled
enameller
enamellers
enamelling
enameloblast
enamelogenesis
enamelogenesis imperfecta
enameloma
enamels
enamelum
enamelware
enamelwares

Literary usage of Enameling

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1. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1886)
"Feed rollers XX (shown in dotted lines) may be used for forcing strip after strip through the enameling box, the said rollers in no way interfering with the ..."

2. A Survey of Industrial Health-hazards and Occupational Diseases in Ohio by Ohio State Board of Health, Emery Roe Hayhurst (1915)
"enameling. As commonly understood, an enamel is an air-drying or baking varnish ... While in 3 of the places reported here, porcelain enameling of iron was ..."

3. Building Construction and Superintendence by Frank Eugene Kidder (1915)
"The woods adapted for enameling are cherry, birch, maple, poplar and white pine. 635. ... Superior Work in Painting and enameling* This specification if ..."

4. A Tour of St. Louis; Or, The Inside Life of a Great City by Joseph A. Dacus, James William Buel (1878)
"METAL STAMPING AND enameling COMPANY. Within the past few years a new branch of industry has been developed in St. Louis, which has taken sudden rank among ..."

5. A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Brick, Tiles and Terra-cotta by Charles Thomas Davis (1895)
"The loss of time, the injuries which resulted to the brick, and the great cost incurred in first burning the brick, then enameling them, and then burning ..."

6. History of Indiana from Its Exploration to 1922 by Logan Esarey, William F. Cronin (1922)
"Columbian enameling & Stamping Company and the Enamel Ware Industry. The Columbian enameling & Stamping Company, an Indiana Corporation, is engaged in the ..."

7. The Principles and practice of dental surgery by Chapin Aaron Harris (1858)
"enameling. The enamel, when applied, should be of the consistence of cream, and if the teeth are to have a uniform color, it will only be necessary to use ..."

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