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noun as in collage

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Those cut-up rectangles, for example, can easily tile together to fill in a mosaic in two dimensions.

The propagation of these social media images, I think, is largely responsible for making tiled mosaic and cement floors done in bold patterns a growing trend in home design.

Instead of a map, you face a seemingly random and complicated mosaic of signals.

It lets you plot out a specific grid of areas for your programs to snap to, and the more room you have to play around with, the more useful Mosaic becomes.

To get even more control, give Mosaic a try—you can use it for a week for free, after which it’ll set you back $13.

The Lennon Wall in Admiralty is a mosaic of Post-It notes, each square a scribbled wish.

The mosaic too looks to her eyes more like a work of the 1st than the 4th century B.C.

The result is a mosaic of spectra, covering up to 60 different regions.

Modern global surveys like the THEMIS mosaic are a way for us to understand an alien world.

This is what has created the mosaic of plots that we know today, and that was pretty much already in place a thousand years ago.

And till the Mosaic dispensation should come to an end, throughout life his obligation could not decrease.

The principal entrance is an open chamber, originally vaulted, with a floor of black and white mosaic and walls of masonry.

The high-arched temple, in the centre of which stands the sarcophagus, is inlaid with mosaic work of rare stones.

Stars were out now by thousands, a gold mosaic set into a high purple dome.

Roman mosaic is formed with cubes of marble of various colours pressed into the float.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mosaic, such as: patchwork, checker, montage, motley, plaid, and tessellation.

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