Definition of Revarnished

1. Verb. (past of revarnish) ¹



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Definition of Revarnished

1. revarnish [v] - See also: revarnish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Revarnished

revamp
revamped
revamper
revampers
revamping
revampings
revamps
revanche
revanches
revanchism
revanchisme
revanchisms
revanchist
revanchists
revarnish
revarnished (current term)
revarnishes
revarnishing
revascularisation
revascularisations
revascularization
revascularizations
revdite
reve
reveal
revealability
revealable
revealed
revealed check
revealed checks

Literary usage of Revarnished

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1. Wilson's Photographics: A Series of Lessons, Accompanied by Notes, on All by Edward Livingston Wilson (1881)
"The varnished film may be removed and tt negative revarnished without groat risk, but it is a delicate operation an should be managed with the utmost care. ..."

2. Transactions of the International Engineering Congress, 1915 (1916)
"The models used at the US Model Basin are of wood, varnished, and before a run, each model was smoothed by sandpapering and revarnished ..."

3. Problems of the Finishing Room: A Reference and Formula Manual for Furniture by Walter Karl Schmidt (1916)
"Lacquer is mixed with various substances, and raised figures are made and applied to the surface in the same way and are ground and revarnished in the same ..."

4. Report by Joseph Goodwin Rogers, Indiana (1921)
"... manufactured 25 Couches, repaired and upholstered 40 Couches, revarnished 6 Chairs, repaired and upholstered 52 Chairs, revarnished 10 Denim, ..."

5. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1891)
"... cracked, shrivelled, varnished and revarnished, lined and relined, of these old masterpieces ; such work required slow, laborious insistence, ..."

6. The Bookman (1907)
"Its walls have been washed often, even revarnished. In place of the ancient candlestick there has been provided a lighting more practical, and at times the ..."

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