Definition of Smalti

1. smalto [n] - See also: smalto



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smalti

smallscale
smallsword
smallswords
smalltime
smalltooth sawfish
smalltown
smalltowns
smally
smalm
smalmed
smalmily
smalming
smalms
smalmy
smalt
smalti (current term)
smaltine
smaltines
smaltite
smaltites
smalto
smaltos
smalts
smaragd
smaragde
smaragdes
smaragdine
smaragdite
smaragdites
smaragds

Literary usage of Smalti

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

1. Original Treatises, Dating from the XIIth to the XVIIIth Centuries, [o]n the by Mary Philadelphia Merrifield (1849)
"When you see that the smalti shine and that they have flowed well, take the glass out and put it in the chamber to cool, and it is done. 271. ..."

2. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1862)
"... it into small pieces is very much lower in the former than the latter place: thus the prices for cutting only, at Murano, are, for coloured smalti, 6s. ..."

3. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1841)
"No copies are now made, but cases of smalti are shewn, containing, it is said, 18000 different tints. Twenty years were employed in making one of the copies ..."

4. The Irish Penny Journal (1841)
"No copies are now made, but cases of smalti are shown, containing, it is said, 18000 different tints. Twenty years were employed in making one of the copies ..."

5. The Irish Penny Journal (1841)
"No copies are now made, but cases of smalti are shown, containing, it is said, ... The pastes or smalti are manufactured at Venice in the shape of crayons, ..."

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