As the last, but using levigated umber for plain brown, and levigated terra di Sienna for auburn and chestnut.
Levigated coral was formerly used in medicine as an antacid or absorbent, and is still occasionally employed as a dentifrice.
Many have imagined that colours vitrified by intense heat are consequently durable when levigated for painting in oil or water.
It is when combined with levigated talc to form the paint of the toilette that the red becomes most serviceable.
Levigated iron filings are sometimes substituted for the reduced iron; others direct the peroxide.
The usual priming, where one is applied, consists of Paris white (levigated whiting) made into a thin paste with size.
Many of these are distinguished by a levigated area behind the antenn in the part we are treating of.
The scoriæ were levigated, and the particles of metallic copper were obtained after elutriation.
The powder when cold is ground in a proper mill, levigated with water, and elutriated, as will be described under Red lead.
This mixture is next to be subjected to a mill, or slab and muller, till it be levigated into a smooth uniform paste.