Definition of Ebonized

1. Verb. (past of ebonize) ¹



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Definition of Ebonized

1. ebonize [v] - See also: ebonize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ebonized

eblis
ebola haemorrhagic fever
ebola virus
ebon
ebonation
ebonies
ebonise
ebonised
ebonises
ebonising
ebonist
ebonists
ebonite
ebonites
ebonize
ebonized (current term)
ebonizes
ebonizing
ebons
ebony
ebony family
ebony spleenwort
ebonylike
ebook
ebooks
eboshi
ebracteate
ebracteolate
ebranlement
ebriate

Literary usage of Ebonized

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1. Catalogue of the A. T. Stewart Collection of Paintings, Sculptures, and by Alexander Turney Stewart, American Art Association (1887)
"1008 ANOTHER, carved and ebonized, gilt ornamentation. 1009 ANOTHER, to match. 1010 ANOTHER, to match. ion ANOTHER, elaborate design, for two large pictures ..."

2. Gems of the Centennial Exhibition: Consisting of Illustrated Descriptions of by George Titus Ferris (1877)
"In the present case the furniture is of ebonized cherry, richly carved, though not profusely so. The floor is laid in parquetry of an effective design, ..."

3. The Principles of Practical Publicity; Being a Treatise on "the Art of by Truman Armstrong De Weese (1908)
"... at the Door Miniature Grand ebonized Case Price $800 AN EFFECTIVE COMBINATION OF ARTISTIC PICTURE AND STRONG COPY By permission cf NW Ayer & Son, ..."

4. Practical Taxidermy: A Manual of Instruction to the Amateur in Collecting by Montagu Browne (1884)
"a servile adoption of South Kensington "ebonized " cases, ... I have technical objection to " ebonized" cases, which I am sure have been lost sight of by ..."

5. The Indian Forester; a Quarterly Magazine of Forestry (1884)
"A few years ago such a thing as an ebonized case was a novelty, but now quite a proportion of all the instruments made are finished in black, ..."

6. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1878)
"... confining myself to writers of the English language : painted in panels and cross-hatched with ebonized mouldings, while for the frieze I am going to ..."

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