coating

[ koh-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF coating

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COATING

The reddish-brown color is due to the coating of fibrils that covers the cap.

If the coating has spiny hairs, as in the Chestnut and Beechnut, the whole is a bur.

The necessity for this coating of sulphur or paraffin you will understand by an experiment.

This is with the object of securing great uniformity in the coating.

She came down to them and found that the fur was a coating of mussels.

The Baths of Caracalla and Diocletian had then their pillars and coating of marble.

Popular weave of mohair, made in coating weight for Spanish trade.

"Tin" dishes, so called, are only iron with a coating of tin.

The thickness of the coating will depend on the character of the work and may vary from ¾ in.

Apparently the coating of civilization was not sufficiently thin to be congenial.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COATING

painting

nounthe act of applying paint
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