Definition of Revarnishing

1. Verb. (present participle of revarnish) ¹



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Definition of Revarnishing

1. revarnish [v] - See also: revarnish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Revarnishing

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revampers
revamping
revampings
revamps
revanche
revanches
revanchism
revanchisme
revanchisms
revanchist
revanchists
revarnish
revarnished
revarnishes
revarnishing (current term)
revascularisation
revascularisations
revascularization
revascularizations
revdite
reve
reveal
revealability
revealable
revealed
revealed check
revealed checks
revealed religion
revealer

Literary usage of Revarnishing

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1. A Treatise on Etching by Maxime Lalanne (1880)
"revarnishing with the Dabber for ... by means of revarnishing, as it results in heaviness, and never has the freshness of a first biting obtained with the ..."

2. 739 Paint Questions Answered: A Reference Encyclopedia Answering Knotty by National painters magazine (1904)
"We consider the following method the quickest and safest for preparing a car for revarnishing. Good soft soap, water, pumice stone No. ..."

3. Biennial Report of the Custodian of Public Buildings and Property by Indiana Custodian of Public Buildings and Property (1907)
"... and it was here that we learned that the woodwork in the building is being permanently damaged for want of revarnishing, more especially the exposed ..."

4. Journal by Indiana General Assembly. Senate, Indiana, General Assembly (1903)
"... Governor's parlor COO 00 Carpet, Supreme Court 340 50 Upholstering lounges 150 00 Linoleum 400 00 Linoleum, available 1902 revarnishing inside 3000 00 ..."

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