Fill glass jars or the enameled tin cans three-fourths full of the above mixture of vegetables and cereals.
Matte Enamel, medium weight; enameled, medium weight; Velvet, medium weight.
Two officers entered; one with bread on an enameled salver, the other with a folded napkin between two silver plates.
And so the sod should be enameled, and the woods should not be lonely for them.
The Holoptychiidæ have the pectoral fins acute, the scales cycloid, enameled, and the teeth very complex.
Paper covers, printed in two colors on enameled paper, 25 cents.
The enameled and gold wreaths of myrtle or of forget-me-nots are extremely pretty for these simple pins.
She stopped by a bed to remove a glass from the enameled table.
Then, as I have said before, there are the many different shades of enameled and carved furniture and also beautiful natural wood.
The enameled bracelets are shown in great variety, and yet we pass them by.
early 15c., from enamel (v.).
enamel e·nam·el (ĭ-nām'əl)
The hard, calcareous substance covering the exposed portion of a tooth.