paint Examples

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    Examples of paint in a Sentence

  • Examples of paint
    1. That is one horse's ass of a paint job.
    2. Latex paint won't keep indefinitely. ‎
    3. After the first coat of paint dried, he applied another layer.
    4. a lick of paint; to put on colours with a lick of the brush
    5. Note Massicot is sometimes used by painters, and also as a drier in the composition of ointments and plasters.
    6. Quotations 1952: Besides orpiment, already referred to, one occasionally gets mention of massicot, a yellow lead paint. — L.F. Salzman, Building in England, p. 169.
    7. Whilst the new paint was a good metameric match under natural light, it looked odd under a fluorescent light.
    8. Trying to open a paint can with a chisel is a misapplication of the tool.
    9. He is mixing the paint
  • Examples of paints
    1. In all these he paints only the one woman, of concentrated, unconsidering passion, ready to sacrifice heaven and defy hell for a guilty man, beloved in spite of religion or reason.
    2. Jim's aunt paints beautiful watercolours.
    3. The levels of lead in marine hull paints are still unacceptably high.
    4. Drying oils are used as the bases of many paints and varnishes.
    5. Although it is both transitive and intransitive, paint is not an ergative verb, because when we say "Bob paints", this is very different from when we say "Bob gets painted".
    6. 2008 May/Jun, Erin Barnes, “Glossed Over”, E: The Environmental Magazine, volume 19, number 3, page 21: Every day we are exposed to low doses of phthalates in food containers, perfumes, hairsprays, floorings, paints, toys and medical devices.
    7. No two mixings of these paints are ever the same.
    8. She paints and powders.
    9. Turpentine or mineral spirits can be used as a thinner for oil based paints.
  • Examples of painted
    1. When we stripped away the old wallpaper, we discovered a really interesting mural painted on the wall.
    2. Large-scale projects such as motion-picture production use huge sets with seamless painted walls, cycs, and floors—not to mention a vast array of lights.
    3. Sometimes the spatters extend a significant distance above other painted figures.
    4. The painted desert, painted turtle
    5. A painted lady
    6. On the 11th Century glass bowl above, the painted figures—winged genii, nude athletes and brawny soldiers—resemble mythological characters but may be only lighthearted mimicry of ancient Greek or Roman subjects.
    7. The surgical area was painted with batticon.
    8. This could have been avoided by the simple process of suspending egg crating made of timber or some other solid material painted black with the light fittings above it.
    9. They found these seeds and painted faces on them,” she says, picking up a long sausage-like fruit fallen from the kigelia trees.
  • Examples of painting
    1. These two strands of 15th- and 16th-century art — Italian Renaissance and Netherlandish painting — intertwine in a stunning, multipaneled altarpiece depicting the Last Supper.
    2. The fruit ripened on the trees.   The painting hangs on the wall. ‎
    3. In the painting, the enslaved and (as conjectured by historian Steven Weisenburger) sexually abused Margaret Garner betrays her liaison with her owner Archibald Gaines with an exposed, openhanded gesture toward him.
    4. The use of simple, primary colors in the painting gave it a parochial feel.
    5. a peristrephic painting of a panorama
    6. "The painting uses polylineal writing to create a brown texture over the lower third of the canvas."
    7. He spent hours painting the eyes of the portrait, which his fellow artists regarded as a bit precious. ‎
    8. His painting his name of my car was more than regrettable, it was criminal.
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