Definition of Graniteware

1. Noun. A kind of stone-grey enamelware.

Generic synonyms: Enamelware



Definition of Graniteware

1. Noun. Ironware that has been coated with a layer of vitreous enamel with a swirled or speckled pattern resembling granite. ¹

2. Noun. Pottery with the same type of enamel coating. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Graniteware

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Graniteware

grangerized
grangerizes
grangerizing
grangers
granges
graniferous
graniform
granilla
granins
granisetron
granita
granitas
granite
granitelike
granites
graniteware (current term)
granitewares
granitic
granitical
granitification
granitiform
granitoid
granivore
granivores
granivorous
grannam
grannams
grannie
grannied
grannies

Literary usage of Graniteware

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1. Audels Household Helps, Hints and Receipts ...: Three Thousand References (1913)
"graniteware is not to be soldered, because the solder will not hold, but a hole in a granite pan or kettle may easily be mended by the means of a rivet. ..."

2. Mechanical Devices in the Home by Edith Louise Allen (1922)
"High-grade graniteware is not as readily affected by acids as the low, cheap grade. ... graniteware, like glass and earthenware, makes a heavy crust on the ..."

3. Annual Report of the State Corporation Commission of Virginia by Virginia State Corporation Commission (1906)
"15000 Ibs 4 Ash nnd Garbage, iron, In mixed CL, with Tinware, Agate- war?, graniteware, etc.; see Tinware. Coffee, returned 4 Cracker, Biscuit, ..."

4. A New Book of Cookery by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1915)
"... cup water meats 1 cup raisins seeded and 1 tablespoon lemon juice chopped Few grains salt Put sugar and water in a smooth graniteware ., .! t saucepan, ..."

5. Good Food, how to Prepare it: The Principles of Cooking, and Nearly Five by George E. Cornforth (1920)
"The, purpose of boiling jelly is to allow the moisture to,evaporate, so it should be boiled in a graniteware or aluminum kettle large enough so that the ..."

6. A Manual of Home-making by Martha Van Rensselaer, Flora Rose, Helen Canon (1919)
"Since in stews more liquid is added than in pot roasts, the casserole may well be used, or a shallow aluminum or graniteware stewpan with close-fitting ..."

7. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1908)
"graniteware pails with covers, or, for the highest grading, earthenware or graniteware water-tanks with covers, and drinking cups of glass or wood enamelled ..."

8. The Daily News Cook Book, Being a Reprint from The Chicago Record Cook Book edited by Mary Mott Chesbrough (1896)
"Put it on in cold salted water (stem up) in a graniteware or ... Put them over a very slow heat (use a graniteware vessel), letting them come very gradually ..."

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