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


They should be nickeled to prevent the iron staining the leather.

It was a pretty thing of ivory and nickeled steel, an elaborate toy.

It was a gleaming toy, with its ivory stock and nickeled steel.

Candied fruit and similar confections, however, should be drained on nickeled wire netting as explained in another chapter.

Japanned or nickeled plates, which, when placed next to leather bindings under heavy pressure give them a finish.

It was a pretty thing, a nickeled cylinder with an almost silvery socket, to be attached to the dashboard of his car.

She stepped to the open door and placed the tip of a gloved finger on the nickeled naught that marked the panels.

The faucets may be nickeled or left plain brass, and the advantage of the added expense of nickel is in the appearance alone.

This will remove the thin copper shell and the nickeled plate may be laid away for future use.

It was the nickeled hilt of the hunting-knife hanging at the old forester's side and sparkling in the sunlight.