Definition of Pearlashes

1. pearlash [n] - See also: pearlash



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pearlashes

pearl hominy
pearl millet
pearl moss
pearl necklace gallbladder
pearl necklaces
pearl of wisdom
pearl oyster
pearl oysters
pearl sago
pearl shell
pearl tapioca
pearl tumour
pearlaceous
pearlash
pearlashes (current term)
pearled
pearler
pearlers
pearlescence
pearlescences
pearlescent
pearlesque
pearless
pearlfish
pearlfishes
pearlier
pearlies
pearliest

Literary usage of Pearlashes

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1. The Manual of Colours and Dye Wares: Their Properties, Applications by John William Slater (1870)
"... pearlashes. The oil should not begin to separate out from this emulsion for a period of at least 24 hours. Opal Biue. ..."

2. Manufactures, 1905 by United States Bureau of the Census, William Mott Steuart (1908)
"... AND pearlashes: 1891 TO 1905. i Fused. CLASS IV.—ALUMS. The class of alums comprises potash, ammonia and soda alums, and all other double sulphates of ..."

3. A Cyclopaedia of Six Thousand Practical Receipts, and Collateral Information by Arnold James Cooley (1850)
"Yellow or white sand 120 parts ; wood ashes 80 parts ; pearlashes 20 parts ... Good Lynn sand 100 parts; oxide of lead 60 parts ; purified pearlashes 30 ..."

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