Definition of Satined
1. satin [v] - See also: satin
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Literary usage of Satined
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The London Medical Gazette (1837)
"When this is done, we shall be satined that all the varieties in tbe form of the human head may be referred, on a general comparison, to the three following ..."
2. The Tichborne Trial: The Summing-up by the Lord Chief Justice of England by Great Britain Court of King's Bench, Alexander James Edmund Cockburn (1874)
"... and he was remain, my dear Mamma, your affectionate son, quite satined. He had received a letter from ' Li- »: n 11 С. T ICH ..."
3. Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue by Robert Ellis, Great Britain Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851, London Great exhibition of the works of industry of all nations, 1851 (1851)
"Common, satined, and »ilk-satined ... Superfine and silk satined cravate. ... damasked, satined, &r., for furniture. Damasked linen, napkin« ..."
4. Exhibition (1837)
"Buff satined, printed with a shade from the ground ; also 337, Grey Ground, ... The figure designed for entries, of Fawn colored ground satined, ..."
5. Brazil [a Handbook]. (1891)
"Blotting and filter Common wrapping— Without printing With printing White or colored, satined or not, in piece or roll, for prints. ..."
6. Journals of the American Congress from 1774-1788: In Four Volumes by United States Continental Congress (1823)
"... the board has grunted him certificates, one for the amount of the cannon, and another for tiie stores, with which he is satined ; that captain ..."
7. Journal of the Society of Arts by Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1856)
"Drewsen (Danish Monarchy, 35} exhibited some excellent specimens of papers satined in the web; and from the different surfaces of the papers the degree of ..."