patina[ pat-n-uh, puh-tee-nuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF patina
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Soon it would acquire a patina and become part of the jungle.
Patina is a most fascinating subject, once you get thoroughly into it.
In fact among friends I am now getting to be known as the Patina Kid.
The percentage of lead in the patina has also slightly increased.
If there is a tone or patina, that should be pure and uniform.
Any one can see that, in spite of the patina that's formed over the metal.
It is putting on the patina, which gives the pieces their real style.
Her voice held the patina of those to the manor born, and not to be gainsaid.
Several Americans have been known to go through the University retaining the Massachusetts patina.
Bibra himself examined the patina of several bronzes and found it to consist mainly of sulphate and carbonate of copper.