The curtains were not down; but now, attached to the Flobert Rifle, was a stencilled card.
They knew that athwart the Khalifa's writ was stencilled "Made in Germany."
Repetition had stencilled his name and his photograph upon the public cerebrum.
A design is then stencilled on the four strips in lilac and green.
On the walls were stencilled ribbons with V-shaped ends, and these bore texts in Welsh.
The place she came from is stencilled on the boiler, and the foreman examines her.
When the first motif is stencilled, move the pattern and place it over the next pin.
When it was dear, many walls were stencilled or daubed over with a rude pattern.
To make a stencilled piece washable it has to be steamed like printed dress goods.
On the case without the panel is stencilled work, attempting to follow out the style of the imported panel.
1707, not recorded again until 1848, probably from Middle English stencellen "decorate with bright colors," from Middle French estenceler "cover with sparkles or stars, powder with color," from estencele "spark, spangle," from Vulgar Latin *stincilla, metathesis of Latin scintilla "spark."
"to produce a design with a stencil," 1861, from stencil (n.). Related: Stenciled; stenciling.