enamel[ ih-nam-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF enamel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENAMEL
The enamel was cracked, and I followed every crack as well as every figure of the hours.
One suit was inlaid with enamel, black as ebony, and the other with red gold.
It was also employed in enamel painting as it vitrified without change.
In admixture it may safely be employed, as well as in fresco or enamel.
Draw a picture of a tooth and label the crown, the enamel, the root, the pulp.
With the aid of an enamel bucket, Mr. Abraham Levinsky filled the bath.
Colwyn opened the silver and enamel box, and emptied the matches on the table.
It is an enamel of the most superb and the rarest of elegant expressions in the Bible.
Motor-cars that were humiliating with their enamel and crystal were threading about.
Metallic tooth-picks injure the enamel, and should not be used.