Thesaurus.com
Thesaurus / shellacking
FEEDBACK

shellacking

See definition of shellacking on Dictionary.com

How to use shellacking in a sentence

Hardly a shellacking, but it is an example of the way Arizona is trending after years of GOP dominance.
ARIZONA REPUBLICANS’ RESPONSE TO LOSSES IN NOVEMBER: DIG IN ON TRUMPISM.EUGENE SCOTTFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
By repeated oiling and shellacking one produces a French polish that is very durable and elastic.
HUNTING WITH THE BOW AND ARROWSAXTON POPE
On no account finally connect up the battery to a circuit when shellacking the wire.
ELECTRIC GAS LIGHTINGNORMAN H. SCHNEIDER
Some days should be allowed for the water to evaporate before shellacking.
WOODWORKING FOR BEGINNERSCHARLES GARDNER WHEELER
Shellacking of covers has been advocated by some librarians, but it is doubtful if it pays.
LIBRARY BOOKBINDINGARTHUR LOW BAILEY
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
Choose the synonym for future
capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO SHELLACKING

  • KO
  • ambush
  • annihilation
  • beating
  • blow
  • break
  • breakdown
  • check
  • collapse
  • conquest
  • count
  • debacle
  • defeasance
  • destruction
  • discomfiture
  • downthrow
  • drubbing
  • embarrassment
  • extermination
  • failure
  • fall
  • insuccess
  • killing
  • licking
  • loss
  • massacre
  • mastery
  • nonsuccess
  • overthrow
  • paddling
  • rebuff
  • repulse
  • reverse
  • rout
  • ruin
  • scalping
  • setback
  • shellacking
  • slaughter
  • subjugation
  • thrashing
  • trap
  • trashing
  • trimming
  • triumph
  • trouncing
  • waxing
  • whaling
  • whipping
  • whitewashing
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.