Turmeric, orchil, catechu, and indigo carmine are all extremely fugitive.
"He seems to be inside this deal," ventured orchil with his suave smile.
In due time Neergard, who still spent his penny on a morning paper, read about the orchil ball.
What's the matter with orchil, and that hatchet-faced beagle-pup, Mottly?
They are directed to sell these goods, and to send back returns in orchil, sugar, and kid skins.
Roccella, rok-sel′a, n. a genus of parmeliaceous lichens, yielding dyers' archil or orchil.
"Captain Selwyn is perfectly right," observed orchil coolly.
Cochineal is turned by the potassa to a violet-red, orchil to a violet-blue, and alkanet to a decided blue.
orchil is applied to wool by the simple process of boiling it in a neutral or slightly acid solution of the colouring matter.
It is dyed in orchil first, and then made bluer, and somewhat more secure, by being soused in a well-soaped alkaline mixture.