Definition of Duotones
1. duotone [n] - See also: duotone
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Duotones
Literary usage of Duotones
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Chautauquanby Chautauqua Institution by Chautauqua Institution (1913)
"Illustrated with photogravures and duotones. Bound in three-quarter Drained morocco, marbled sides, silk head-bands, gold tops, full gold back. Ten pounds. ..."
2. Effective House Organs: The Principles and Practice of Editing and by Robert E. Ramsay, ( (1920)
"The issue before us is a June one, and among the articles featured is: "The Facts About duotones." This is illustrated with several examples, ..."
3. Proceedings of the Municipal Engineers of the City of New York by Municipal Engineers of the City of New York (1911)
"... RETOUCHING 3 AND 4 COLOR PROCES duotones BEN DAY COLOR PLATES HIGH LIGHT HALFTONES WAX ENGRAVING ..."
4. Ambulancing on the French Front by Edward Royal Coyle (1918)
"Beautifully Illustrated with 16 New Photographic duotones Cloth, $1.00 Khaki, $1.00 Leather, $2.00 Ooze, $2.50 To be published September i Britton ..."