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

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Made of wool, wire and resin, Kohnstamm’s “Gravitas” suspends three organic-looking sacs from metallic discs in exquisite tension.

Although the shed has a wood look, the material is actually made of polypropylene resin plastic and steel—so rust, rot, and peeling paint will never be an issue.

Once they have found the source of the leak, they will patch it up with a kit using epoxy resin.

No matter where you fall, you have to admit this is a beautifully sculpted mug, with a cold cast resin tankard with stainless steel insert.

Formed probably by resin in the wood, these jewels are next hardest to diamonds and have been much prized.

I Married a RangerDama Margaret Smith

But the demand for resin became so great as soon to more than double its price.

Amber is a fossil gum or resin, the juice of pine trees, which in course of time has become petrified like coal.

Tobacco LeavesW. A. Brennan

Resin is the substance remaining after the crude turpentine has been distilled.

Commercial GeographyJacques W. Redway

Captain Forrester was kneeling on the resin testing his hocks for sprains with splayed fingers, his features twitching.

The Sky TrapFrank Belknap Long

There is little but the resin to show the locality of many of the vanished forests.

The Long White CloudWilliam Pember Reeves

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