Definition of Blackleads

1. blacklead [n] - See also: blacklead



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blackleads

blackings
blackish
blackish-gray antshrike
blackish-gray antshrikes
blackishly
blackishness
blackism
blackjack
blackjack oak
blackjacked
blackjacking
blackjacks
blackland
blacklands
blacklead
blackleads (current term)
blackleg
blacklegs
blackless
blackletter
blackletters
blacklight
blacklights
blacklip
blacklist
blacklisted
blacklistee
blacklistees
blacklister
blacklisters

Literary usage of Blackleads

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. On the Physics and Physiology of Protoplasmic Streaming in Plants by Alfred James Ewart (1903)
"3 This can easily be demonstrated by rolling two blackleads inclined in opposite directions along a walking-stick, and viewing their upper ends. ..."

2. Elements of Electro-metallurgy by Alfred Smee (1843)
"... first coats the bottom of the vessel with pitch, thoroughly blackleads it, and then attaches wires as a medium of communication with the plumbago, ..."

3. The Photographic News edited by Sir William Crookes, G Wharton Simpson (1859)
"Under this second scries are included the blackleads imported from Ceylon and New Brunswick, forming by far the larger proportion of those met with in ..."

4. Practical Testing of Raw Materials: A Concise Handbook for Manufacturers by S. S. Dyson (1901)
"Jet Black Harness Oil, cost Is. per gallou (no Mineral Oil). New Liquid Starch Glazes, Liquid Blues, blackleads. Stove Polishes like "Zebra," "Rising Sun. ..."

5. On the Physics and Physiology of Protoplasmic Streaming in Plants by Alfred James Ewart (1903)
"3 This can easily be demonstrated by rolling two blackleads inclined in opposite directions along a walking-stick, and viewing their upper ends. ..."

6. Elements of Electro-metallurgy by Alfred Smee (1843)
"... first coats the bottom of the vessel with pitch, thoroughly blackleads it, and then attaches wires as a medium of communication with the plumbago, ..."

7. The Photographic News edited by Sir William Crookes, G Wharton Simpson (1859)
"Under this second scries are included the blackleads imported from Ceylon and New Brunswick, forming by far the larger proportion of those met with in ..."

8. Practical Testing of Raw Materials: A Concise Handbook for Manufacturers by S. S. Dyson (1901)
"Jet Black Harness Oil, cost Is. per gallou (no Mineral Oil). New Liquid Starch Glazes, Liquid Blues, blackleads. Stove Polishes like "Zebra," "Rising Sun. ..."

9. Object Lessons in Geography for Standards I, II, & III by Thomas Francis George Dexter, Alfred Hezekiah Garlick (1905)
"... paper and blackleads for children. Introduction. Introduce subject by speaking of the building of a house. House has to be in a certain position, ..."

10. All about Battersea by Henry S. Simmonds (1882)
"At the International Exhibition of 1862 the only prize medal for crucibles was awarded to the Company and another prize medal for blackleads. ..."

11. Object Lessons in Geography for Standards I, II, & III by Thomas Francis George Dexter, Alfred Hezekiah Garlick (1905)
"... paper and blackleads for children. Introduction. Introduce subject by speaking of the building of a house. House has to be in a certain position, ..."

12. All about Battersea by Henry S. Simmonds (1882)
"At the International Exhibition of 1862 the only prize medal for crucibles was awarded to the Company and another prize medal for blackleads. ..."

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