Definition of Siennas

1. Noun. (plural of sienna) ¹



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Definition of Siennas

1. sienna [n] - See also: sienna

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Siennas

siegers
sieges
siegework
siegeworks
sieging
sield
sieleckiite
siemens
siemens-martin process
sien
sience
sienite
sienites
sienitic
sienna
siennas (current term)
siens
sient
sients
sierozem
sierozems
sierra
sierra leone
sierran
sierras
sies
siesmicity
siesta
siestaed
siestaing

Literary usage of Siennas

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1. Outlines of Industrial Chemistry: A Text-book for Students by Frank Hall Thorp, Warren Kendall Lewis (1916)
"Yellow ochres and siennas are natural mineral products, varying from bright ... The siennas are usually finer grained and contain less gangue mineral than ..."

2. Outlines of Industrial Chemistry: A Text-book for Students by Frank Hall Thorp, Warren Kendall Lewis (1916)
"Yellow ochres and siennas are natural mineral products, varying from bright ... The siennas are usually finer grained and contain less gangue mineral than ..."

3. Analysis of Mixed Paints, Color Pigments, and Varnishes by Clifford Dyer Holley, Edwin Fremont Ladd (1908)
"Analysis of Mixed Paints Containing Umbers, siennas and Ochres. 244. Determine the manganese in a separate sample as determined under the analysis of umbers ..."

4. Analysis of Mixed Paints, Color Pigments, and Varnishes by Clifford Dyer Holley, Edwin Fremont Ladd (1908)
"Analysis of Mixed Paints Containing Umbers, siennas and Ochres. 244. Determine the manganese in a separate sample as determined under the analysis of umbers ..."

5. Dictionary of Chemicals and Raw Products Used in the Manufacture of Paints by George Henry Hurst (1917)
"COMPOSITION OF siennas. These analyses of American siennas show that they differ markedly from the Italian siennas. They contain the iron in two forms, ..."

6. Painters' Colours, Oils, and Varnishes: A Practical Manual by George Henry Hurst (1892)
"siennas are of a brownish-yellow colour varying much in depth of tint or shade. ... They vary very much in texture ; Oxford ochre and the siennas are of a ..."

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