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

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.

Strickland, looking from the window of his own high room, saw the riders in and out of the bronzing woods.

FoesMary Johnston

Bronzing is the latest improvement in wax work, and if properly made cannot be detected from the most expensive, artistic bronze.

There are some specialists who devote their attention to the restoration and bronzing of medival and early ecclesiastical work.

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

OldfieldNancy Huston Banks

Bronzing is the latest improvement in waxwork, and if properly made cannot be detected from the most expensive artistic bronze.

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

Already his face had grown haggard underneath the bronzing of his sea voyage.

The Dominant StrainAnna Chapin Ray