Definition of Pyrograph

1. Noun. A design produced by pyrography.

Generic synonyms: Design, Figure, Pattern



Definition of Pyrograph

1. n. A production of pyrography.

Definition of Pyrograph

1. Noun. A hand-held tool, with a heated tip, used in pyrography ¹

2. Verb. (transitive intransitive) To make an image on wood by selectively burning the surface. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pyrograph

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pyrogenic
pyrogenicities
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pyrogenous
pyrogens
pyrogeography
pyroglutamate
pyroglutamates
pyroglutamic
pyroglutamic acid
pyroglutamic acids
pyroglutamine
pyrognostic
pyrognostics
pyrograph (current term)
pyrographed
pyrographer
pyrographers
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pyrographing
pyrographs
pyrography
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pyrokinesis
pyrokinetic
pyrola
pyrolas
pyrolator
pyrolators

Literary usage of Pyrograph

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1. General Foundry Practice by Andrew McWilliam, Percy Longmuir (1907)
"This firm also supply a direct reading form, with photographic recorder attachment, which they call a pyrograph (see fig. 201). In this instrument a band of ..."

2. General Foundry Practice by Andrew McWilliam, Percy Longmuir (1907)
"This firm also supply a direct reading form, with photographic recorder attachment, which they call a pyrograph (see fig. 201). In this instrument a bind of ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"The effects produced by the pyrograph are equal in many respects to the fine crayon drawings, and when colored and varnished present a very pleasing effect. ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"The effects produced by the pyrograph are equal in many respects to the fine crayon drawings, and when colored and varnished present a very pleasing effect. ..."

5. The Craftsman by Gustav Stickley (1905)
"... Novelties WOOD CARVING, pyrograph 1C £^ LEATHER. WORK Artistic Specialties for the Holiday Season WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS Trays Screens Chests ..."

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