veined[ veyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF veined
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VEINED
The white marble at the bottom of the bath was veined with a dreadful red.
Malatapay (a variety of Diospyros philoshantera), veined black and red.
Then he resumed his seat, spreading his veined hands to the fire, and listened.
The face which was thrust into the Commissioner's was ridged and veined with passion.
It was a frosty crimson in color, veined with sparkling gold.
Its leaves are so netted and veined with yellow as to give this hue the predominance.
Much of the wood is veined, and not inferior to cedar-wood for cabinet work.
It is a veined marble and chiefly a warm gray with white veining.
The leaf can be veined with chocolate put on with the pastry bag and pipe.
The wings are membranous, delicate, and veined; the limbs long and slight.