Origin of chine1
Words nearby chine
Other definitions for chine (2 of 4)
- an angular intersection of the sides and bottom of a vessel.
- a longitudinal member running behind this.
Origin of chine2
Other definitions for chine (3 of 4)
Other definitions for chine (4 of 4)
Origin of chiné
How to use chine in a sentence
Verdon Winkler employs multiple techniques, notably drypoint and chine collé, to produce gauzier, almost painterly images in what might be called a rainbow of grays.In the galleries: Posters as a medium for serious but jubilant communication|Mark Jenkins|July 9, 2021|Washington Post
This night Mr. Gauden sent me a great chine of beef and half a dozen of tongues.
This day I have a chine of beef sent home, which I bespoke to send, and did send it as a present to my uncle Wight.
A couple of fowls, a rice-pudding, and a small chine, composed our dinner.