[ bee-ding ]SEE DEFINITION OF beading
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Only—there was a beading of fine moisture inside the thick globe.

She could also do beading and she was teaching Mary how to do it.

It bore no ornamentation, save the beading of silver about its edges.

Beading can be worked on this strip, as shown (see Beading).

Night wove its shuttle across the sky, beading the dusk with stars.

He could see the beading of sweat about her eyes and lips as she looked up at him.

Sweat was beading his forehead, and he could feel his pulse racing.

The top may be finished by crocheting a beading and scallops of the colored wool.

She had made thirty-two dollars a week beading at her last place—didn't know what she'd get here.

Mildred assured him that Oliver had carved a beading round the two last bowls that he had cut.