lithographed[ lith-uh-graf, -grahf ]SEE DEFINITION OF lithographed
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It was first lithographed, and then it was coloured by hand.
He collected all the friends he could from the vicinity: I too received a lithographed invitation.
His sketches in Spain, lithographed by himself, are very valuable.
You see that the lithographed handwriting in all four is in the same hand.
For a year or so the catalogues were lithographed but after that they appeared in the usual form.
He looked at the lithographed title-page and read the title: Romeo and Julia.
They lithographed plans of the city and views of the public buildings.
Lithographed covers, about 150 pages, 12mo., in each number.
He contemplated with an apparently unwarranted interest the illuminated and lithographed announcements of the morrow's bill.
He had been arrested with scores and scores of other people in that affair of the lithographed temperance tracts.