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Definition of Porcelainlike
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Literary usage of Porcelainlike
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1. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Mines (1918)
"The porcelainlike particles vary widely in form. ... All of the particles are porcelainlike. The length of the long slender particle is approximately 230 ..."
2. History of the People of the Netherlands by Petrus Johannes Blok (1912)
"... the younger, continued the traditions of the Leyden school of fine painting and equalled Van der Werff in porcelainlike colouring. ..."
3. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1880)
"Some manufacturers leave traces of iodate in the solution to secure the porcelainlike crystal, but such iodide of potassium is apt to become yellow in time. ..."
4. The Art of the Berlin Galleries: Giving a History of the Kaiser Friedrich by David Charles Preyer (1912)
"Francesco Albani (1578-1660) even surpassed Guido in elegance and porcelainlike prettiness. The " Appearance of Christ to Man' Magdalene" (1618) he repeated ..."
5. The Art of the Berlin Galleries: Giving a History of the Kaiser Friedrich by David Charles Preyer (1912)
"Francesco Albani (1578-1660) even surpassed Guido in elegance and porcelainlike prettiness. The " Appearance of Christ to Mary Magdalene" (1618) he repeated ..."
6. The Art of the Vienna Galleries: Giving a Brief History of the Public and by David Charles Preyer (1911)
"His " Lamentation of Christ," with its cold, porcelainlike colour and mechanical finish, is in perfect accord witli the smooth, decorative, " namby-pamby ..."