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


To obviate these defects the enamelled platinum denture was devised.

Many specimens exist of German winged and enamelled glasses of Venetian character.

He enamelled his theme with the meticulous care of a jeweller.

That day we had lunch in a tumble-down hut, where we found tea, a fireplace and enamelled tin mugs.

They open by a hinge, and are enamelled with the rose, fleur-de-lis, and harp.

Shawls and scarfs were not unknown and there were gold, silver, and enamelled rings.

The door was enamelled a very soft shade of green, and I thought it looked remarkably well.

Wild HeatherL. T. Meade

Specimens of enamelled terracotta, dating from the thirteenth century, are first to be seen.

Old and New Paris, v. 2Henry Sutherland Edwards

It is heavily gilded and minutely chased with the trivial work of some meagre craftsman; the eyes seem to have been enamelled.

DonatelloDavid Lindsay, Earl of Crawford

The turf from whence they rise is enamelled, in the strict sense of the word, with flowers.