Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


His complexion was dark, from the bronzing of fifteen summers in New Orleans.

"It's an awful predicament," said Mr. Walkingshaw, shaking his bronzing head.

When bronzing by hand is wanted these girls are set to it (13 were doing it last week).

This was no doubt due to the bronzing liquid rather than to the aluminum.

Bronzing is that process by which figures of plaster-of-paris, wood, &c. are made to have the appearance of copper or brass.

The honeysuckle over Tom Watson's window was thinning under the heat and bronzing under the drouth.

Alma sat down by her window and looked out over the lane where the slim wild cherry trees were bronzing under the autumn frosts.

Bronzing bracken and mottled bramble gleamed in the light of the sinking sun.

She looked at her hands; as she dipped them in the brook nearly all the bronzing of Morgiana had washed away.

The bronzing of gun-barrels may be effected by the use of a strong solution of antimony trichloride.