enameling[ ih-nam-uh-ling ]SEE DEFINITION OF enameling
Synonyms for enameling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENAMELING
No amount of painting and enameling can restore its youthful bloom.
I went to one Mark Antonio, an incomparable artist in enameling.
The worst annoyance must be the enameling of ice our winter woods sometimes get.
This method leaves the cover to be decorated in some other way, either by embossing or by enameling or by both.
The edge of the tray or plate may be decorated either by piercing, embossing, etching, or enameling.
The process of making an enameled letter has four stages—stamping, enameling, firing, and filing.
Guy smiled—he had never suspected that Wilfrid felt about the enameling as he himself did.
He was clever with a brush and soon acquired the knack of enameling and varnishing without leaving a sag or a brush mark.
The process of making the Sèvres ware is not yet published in book form, especially the method of coloring and enameling.
Enameling is a style of glaze mostly applied to a stronger, more opaque body, often not porcelain at all.